SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response Blog: Category - Case Leads

Digital Forensics Case Leads: Passwords in Wills, Google Chrome a Virus, Cybercrime Unit Saving Money and Updates for Sleuthkit and SSDeep.

In this version we have Microsoft classifying Google Chrome as a virus, passwords being added to wills and the Metropolitan Police Cybercrime unit saving money for the citizens of the UK. Several tools have been updated and some good reads along with a little levity and training/conferences as well as call for papers. If you … Continue reading Digital Forensics Case Leads: Passwords in Wills, Google Chrome a Virus, Cybercrime Unit Saving Money and Updates for Sleuthkit and SSDeep.


High Tech Crime Investigators Conference 2011 Report, Anonymous Promises Retaliation, DigiNotar Dies

The 25th High Technology Investigators Conference was held last week near Palm Springs California last week. Your SANS Forensic blogger attended the event, along with over 500 fellow lethal, and aspiring lethal, forensicators. Information security events like BlackHat, DefCon and RSA drawing thousands. It's more difficult to really get to know one's colleagues at those … Continue reading High Tech Crime Investigators Conference 2011 Report, Anonymous Promises Retaliation, DigiNotar Dies


Digital Forensics Case Leads: Registry Forensics, Volume Shadow Copies and Windows 8

It's the "better late than never" edition of Case Leads and I've got lots of great stuff for you this week. Lots of great articles and papers to read, including a very cool post by Andrew Case on recovering registry hives from a system that's been reformatted and had the OS reinstalled, as well as … Continue reading Digital Forensics Case Leads: Registry Forensics, Volume Shadow Copies and Windows 8


Digital Forensics Case Leads: Registry and Malware Analysis Tools, Preparing to Testify, and Virtual Machine Technology on Mobile Devices

This week's edition of Case Leads features a number of new tools and updates for a few of the old standbys. We have a collection of tools designed for studying malware found on Windows or Android platforms and a couple of new applications for registry analysis. Virtual machine technology is heading for Android based devices … Continue reading Digital Forensics Case Leads: Registry and Malware Analysis Tools, Preparing to Testify, and Virtual Machine Technology on Mobile Devices


Digital Forensics Case Leads: The Feds sue, Google users scammed, China and US tag team against porn sites

The Federal Government sues to block AT&T and T-Mobile, Google users in Iran arescammedand China and the US tag team on child porn sites. Check out the good reads on Jump Lists, Sticky Notes and Quicken. On the lighter side see what Dilbert is up to and also don't pick up any wooden iPads from … Continue reading Digital Forensics Case Leads: The Feds sue, Google users scammed, China and US tag team against porn sites