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Digital Forensics, Computer Forensics, eDiscovery

What's Happening In Forensics - Aug 22, 2019

Thursday, August 22, 2019 (20:06:10)
Magnet AXIOM 3.5 is now available.

Andrea Fortuna discusses how to generate a Volatility profile for a Linux system.

SANS talk about understanding the forensic science in digital forensics.

MSAB release XRY 8.0.2.

Amped describe how Amped FIVE is helping Chicago police to solve more crimes.
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Transferring A Password Recovery Process To A Different Computer

Thursday, August 22, 2019 (14:12:45)
Did you know that Passware Kit can create a snapshot of a password recovery process at any time and resume it on a different computer?

Running a password recovery attack, especially for multiple files or drives, might be a long process that requires a lot of hardware resources.

In some cases, it might be necessary to put an attack on hold to launch a different attack, or to resume the same attack on a more powerful hardware setup with multiple Passware Kit Agents.

BlackBag Announces New Partnership With Berla

Thursday, August 22, 2019 (12:19:45)
BlackBag Technologies announces a new partnership with industry-leading vehicle forensics company, Berla.

In today’s investigations, it is now commonplace to have multiple digital devices associated to one case. As such, consolidating acquired devices is critical when reconstructing a sequence of events for a case. Whenever a mobile device is connected to a vehicle system via USB, Bluetooth, or Wi-Fi, some data from that device is stored in the vehicle. Potentially, device contacts, call logs, and SMS messages are stored and can thus be acquired in iVe, though the exact data types recorded will vary from one vehicle to another. As infotainment and telematics systems become increasingly prevalent, eventually just about every crime that necessitates digital analysis revolves around data stored on not only mobile devices but on vehicles as well.

What's Happening In Forensics - Aug 21, 2019

Wednesday, August 21, 2019 (13:45:34)
John Walsh speaks about child protection investigations at Cellebrite's TechDay.

Amped share how to use Amped FIVE's color deconvolution filter to show relevant elements from color-mixed images.
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What's Happening In Forensics - Aug 19, 2019

Monday, August 19, 2019 (18:56:49)
Harlan Carvey discusses what 'program execution' really means.

Brett Shavers shares how the lessons he learned in the Marine Corps inform his digital forensics career.

Anuj Soni shares how to perform code analysis with Ghidra.

Cellebrite share a case study of Google location data helping to solve a homicide.
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Huawei Device Support In Oxygen Forensic Detective

Monday, August 19, 2019 (15:15:59)
Oxygen Forensic Detective offers various methods of data extraction from Huawei devices. First, Huawei devices can be connected via USB cable for logical or physical acquisition depending on the model and Android OS version. However, with constantly growing device security direct data extraction from a device is getting more and more difficult. With this in mind we keep on introducing alternative methods of device data extraction. For Huawei devices we have two options.

Interview With Nicole Odom, Forensic Scientist, Virginia DFS

Monday, August 19, 2019 (09:30:03)
Nicole, you started out in chemistry and biological sciences before moving from orthopedics to digital forensics. What prompted you to pivot into the cyber world?

I actually get asked that question quite frequently, as my background has a little bit of everything; however, all of my experiences are centered on some type of science. I have always enjoyed researching and building from small ideas, so I knew that I wanted to pursue science in my undergraduate studies. Chemistry was the most inviting because it was so hands-on, and I knew I could focus on something I really enjoyed while taking the extra classes that would allow me to pursue the medical sciences. Once I graduated, I looked for a job in medical research and got the opportunity to experience the human-related aspect; however, I quickly realized that I wanted to go back to school and pursue a degree that allowed me to work in a setting where every day is different within the lab. It was actually a friend who told me that I should look into the forensic sciences because he felt like it was right up my alley, and I’m so grateful for his push.

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What's Happening In Forensics - Aug 16, 2019

Friday, August 16, 2019 (11:42:03)
Oxygen Forensics talk about the allegations that Huawei has been spying on US users.

Harlan Carvey follows up with a second post on 'chasing the DFIR cure.'
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What's Happening In Forensics - Aug 14, 2019

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 (17:01:27)
Cyan Forensics are partnering with NCMEC, America's National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, to help detect child abuse material.

Greg Masi shares a list of folder type identifiers.
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Review: Oxygen Forensic Detective From Oxygen Forensics

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 (11:21:11)
by Jade James

Oxygen Forensics specialise in mobile device, cloud, drone and IoT data extraction. Oxygen pride themselves in giving law enforcement, federal agencies and enterprises access to data at top speeds, providing advanced digital forensic data extraction and analytical tools for criminal and corporate investigations.

Their flagship product, Oxygen Forensic Detective, allows users to extract, parse and decode data from different data sources.

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