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HackTale: Computer Forensics Investigation Game

Computer forensics training and education issues. If you are looking for topic suggestions for your project, thesis or dissertation please post here rather than the general discussion forum.
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Omnius
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HackTale: Computer Forensics Investigation Game

Post Posted: Jul 23, 19 11:24

Recently posted to r/ComputerForensics. It's a fun informational game looking at how to investigate in the aftermath of a hack. Should be updated with further content in the near future.

www.hacktale.com/  
 
  

AmNe5iA
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Re: HackTale: Computer Forensics Investigation Game

Post Posted: Jul 23, 19 12:46

My favourite bit:

TESTIMONIALS
Read what people are saying about hacktale


The first testimonial is actually genuine, not by Payton Hamilton but by a real person who send it to us on email. The other 2 are fake...


Why bother with fake testimonials????  
 
  

Omnius
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Re: HackTale: Computer Forensics Investigation Game

Post Posted: Jul 23, 19 12:56

Yeah, did find the Testimonials, including the pictures of the supposed customers rather odd!  
 
  

jaclaz
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Re: HackTale: Computer Forensics Investigation Game

Post Posted: Jul 23, 19 13:26

- AmNe5iA




The first testimonial is actually genuine, not by Payton Hamilton but by a real person who send it to us on email. The other 2 are fake...


Why bother with fake testimonials????

I believe you are reading it the "wrong" way. Shocked

Try reading it as "The only site on the web with more than 30% of real testimonials." Wink

jaclaz
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nightworker
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Re: HackTale: Computer Forensics Investigation Game

Post Posted: Jul 24, 19 10:51

i like it good job  
 

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