Commands — Adding PowerShell scripting commands is simple. Choose an action or verb, such as get , copy , move , find , select , or remove , and complement it with an object or noun, such as Credentials or Host.Figure 1. Sakabota’s GUI displaying cheat sheet. The cheat sheet is separated into several sections, based on the purpose of the example commands. Fortunately, the commands listed in the cheat sheet provides us with a great deal of insight into some of the tools and techniques the actors will possibly use after compromising the end system.
To create a handy cheat sheet with command names and descriptions, pipe the command into Get-Help, and use Select-Object to pick the detail information from the help that you’d like to add to your cheat sheet: