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Re: Who would you like to see interviewed?

Post Posted: Dec 09, 08 13:44

Ciao

Why not Mr Beijtlich (http://taosecurity.blogspot.com/) who is a network forensics guy.

Or why not a techie from LEA, Europol etc

-z
zetha
Topic: Who would you like to see interviewed?
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Re: Computer Forensic Book for Teaching

Post Posted: Dec 09, 08 13:41

Ciao
One good book is Vietse Venema's "Forensic Discovery". It is available in book stores and here : http://www.porcupine.org/forensics/forensic-discovery/

You will also find a crash course on TC ...
zetha
Topic: Computer Forensic Book for Teaching
Replies: 12
Views: 9477
 

Re: Forensics analysis of DAT

Post Posted: Apr 28, 06 15:01

Thanks!

I noticed that this seems to be the only availabel solution - but it is going to make a big hole in my purse.
zetha
Topic: Forensics analysis of DAT
Replies: 2
Views: 4035
 

Forensics analysis of DAT

Post Posted: Apr 27, 06 03:17

Hi,
If you want to make forensics analysis of DAT tapes (DDS1-4) what type of software is best used for this purpose? As one do not know which backup software that has been used (Veritas, Arcserver,R ...
zetha
Topic: Forensics analysis of DAT
Replies: 2
Views: 4035
 

Motherboard

Post Posted: Sep 22, 05 17:24

I am building my own forensic station. Do you have any ideas or tips on motherboard worth investing in? IMHO the m-board should have features for SATA, PATA, SCSI, USB2, Firewire 400/800, Diskette!, C ...
zetha
Topic: Motherboard
Replies: 1
Views: 4981
 

SWE: IT-Security II; Computer Forensics

Post Posted: Sep 26, 04 08:57

Just want to drop a line that there exists a university course in compuer forensics at KTH, Stockholm. The course is unfortenately in Swedish,...

Read more at: http://www.kth.se/utbildning/vidareu ...
zetha
Topic: SWE: IT-Security II; Computer Forensics
Replies: 3
Views: 9393
 
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