FORENSICS BRUNCH 2

Without a doubt, technology is advancing at an increasingly rapid pace. It’s all about today’s Digital Security and increasing Cyber-Crime information. If you want to play a role in fighting these cybercrime threats, then you’ll want to know how to become a digital forensic examiner. Sharp knowledge and Computer soundness may lead you ahead and…

FORENSICS BRUNCH 1

Greetings : Sharing some resources 1: Digital Forensic Challenge Images (Datasets) https://www.ashemery.com/dfir.html 2: Hidden Networks: Detecting Hidden Networks created with USB Devices https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0ByczHyAbM7lDLVlfRGhDWHJadzA?usp=sharing 3: Gordon Fraser’s paper, which walks through the IR process after an attack on “A fictitious organization, Winterfell” #SANS https://www.sans.org/reading-room/whitepapers/incident/practical-incident-response-network-based-attack-37920 4: Six Skills Required For A Career In Digital Forensics https://www.forbes.com/sites/laurencebradford/2017/04/29/6-skills-required-for-a-career-in-digital-forensics/#65e5deb87fa6 5:…

FORENSICS TUTORIAL-1

Computer forensics is the practice of collecting, analyzing and reporting on digital data in a way that is legally admissible. It can be used in the detection and prevention of crime and in any dispute where evidence is stored digitally. Computer forensics follows a similar process to other forensic disciplines and faces similar issues. Although…

FORENSICS BRUNCH 0

Some Important resources might helpful. Forensics week Update 1 : Spot faked photos using digital forensic techniques http://www.popsci.com/use-photo-forensics-to-spot-faked-ima… 2 : Trickbot Malware Now Targets US Banks Researchers with IBM and Flashpoint warn the Trickbot Trojan is growing more… https://t.co/V2w5eI0McF 3 : API Hooking – Evading Traditional Detection with Stealthy New Techniques https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/…/api-hooking-evadin…/ 4 : Drone…

FORENSICS AS CAREER

Without a doubt, technology is advancing at an increasingly rapid pace. It’s all about today’s Digital Security and increasing Cyber-Crime information. If you want to play a role in fighting these cyber crimes, then you’ll want to know how to become a digital forensic examiner. Sharp knowledge and Computer soundness may lead you ahead and…

4N6 AS A SERVICE

 Forensic Science Forensics, or forensic science, is the application of scientific methods to resolve or shed light on legal issues. It has a number of subdivisions; forensic medicine involves the examination of the human body (living or dead) for purposes of answering legal questions or gathering evidence for a criminal or civil action. Forensic accounting…

GLOSSARY : COMPUTER & EMAIL FORENSICS

Note: The terms in this glossary may have other uses in other fields. The uses discussed here are for general use in computer science & email forensics. EMAIL FORENSICS :  https://d3pakblog.wordpress.com/2016/12/28/email-analysis-techniques/ Acquisition: The stage in a computer forensic investigation wherein the data involved is collected. Often the means used is a bit-by-bit copy of the…

DFIR RESOURCES

Digital Forensics & Incident Response is a multidisciplinary profession that focuses on identifying, investigating, and remediating computer network exploitation. This can take varied forms and involves a wide variety of skills, kinds of attackers, kinds of targets. The forms and policies posted on this page are publicly available on the Internet and are good sources…

COMPUTER FORENSIC & E-DISCOVERY

Digital forensics aka digital forensic science, cyber forensic, computer forensic: is the youngest branch of forensic science encompassing the recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices, often in relation to computer crime. Its an art or science where procedures focus on I A P I A R D Electronic discovery (or e-discovery or…

COMPUTER FORENSIC TOOLS

COMPUTER FORENSIC application of investigation and analysis techniques to gather and preserve evidence from a particular computing device in a way that is suitable for presentation in a court of law. Let clear with Digital Forensics (4n6): For more:  Forensic Group Disclaimer: This does not constitute a legal opinion and would not create an Attorney-Client…