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Recommendations for training in the US

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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keydet89
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Recommendations for training in the US

Post Posted: Sep 01, 06 00:20

All,

I'm looking for recommendations for training in the US, regarding the analysis of Linux and *BSD systems. I'm not looking for recommendations of performing forensic analysis, using Linux as the platform, but rather I'm looking for recommendations for performing forensic analysis *of* Linux and *BSD systems.

Thanks,

Harlan  
 
  

rocklobster
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Re: Recommendations for training in the US

Post Posted: Sep 01, 06 00:43

Harlan,

I'm not sure if farmerdude's training deals with using his forensics CD to analyze Nix or Win systems or both, but it might be worth an e-mail or pm to him to find out.

www.forensicbootcd.com...ining.html

K  
 
  

keydet89
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Re: Recommendations for training in the US

Post Posted: Sep 01, 06 00:52

k,

Thanks. I did what most folks would do and went to Thomas's main site. I'm not so much interested in doing forensic analysis *on* Linux, as I am in doing forensic analysis *of* those systems.

thanks again,

Harlan  
 
  

dietro
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Re: Recommendations for training in the US

Post Posted: Sep 01, 06 01:13

Harlan,

I've seen Thomas demonstrate his bootCD in person. Most of the tools on it are clearly geared for the MS world, but it is designed to analyze *nix systems as well.

IIRC, he also offers training that includes using Linux to do *nix based analysis.  
 
  

farmerdude
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Re: Recommendations for training in the US

Post Posted: Sep 02, 06 02:30

There are two new courses in development, and planned arrival date is holiday 2006/2007, new year time-frame. First is analyzing Windows systems using Linux. Second is analyzing Linux systems using Linux. Focus for both of these are on system artifacts. I'm not a fan of talking about things not yet released, but just a heads up as I'm sure the second is what you're looking for.

regards,

farmerdude  
 

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