Locksmith takes a significant step forward, addressing ownership issues with newfound automation.

This update, led by contributors like @TrimarcJake, @techspence, and @SamErde, introduces key improvements in remediation, installation processes, and code readability.

Join us as we delve into the exciting enhancements and known issues in Locksmith’s latest version, promising a brighter future for this essential tool

Mode 4 Now Fixes Ownership Issues Automatically!

No long-winded notes this month. Instead, I’ll just wish my wife a happy birthday! She’s the best.


  • ESC4 and ESC5 Ownership issues can now be auto-remediated with -Mode 4. – @TrimarcJake
  • Improved RSAT installation process (if you don’t have it installed yet.) – @techspence
  • Modern custom object creation (no more Add-Member means slightly faster code that’s much easier to read code) – @TrimarcJake
  • README now shows how to use the -Scans parameter to limit your search to just a specific issue. – @SamErde
  • We now have CONTRIBUTING and CODE_OF_CONDUCT docs. They’re not quite where we want them, but soon! – @TrimarcJake
  • PSScriptAnalyzer actions run on commit now, so we can check if there’s anything hinky going on. – @SamErde
  • Badges! Icons! – @SamErde

Known Issues:

  • Objects with both Allow and Deny ACEs reports two issues in output (I promise I’ll think about working on this one for February. :D)

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Tamil has a great interest in the fields of Cyber Security, OSINT, and CTF projects. Currently, he is deeply involved in researching and publishing various security tools with Kali Linux Tutorials, which is quite fascinating.

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