SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response Blog: Category - Evidence Acquisition

Rapid Provisioning of a Malware Analysis Environment

The preparation of a malware analysis environment can often be a lengthy and repetitive process. I am not referring to setting up a virtual machine which contains all of your tools, but rather recognising that each sample you analyse may have very specific environmental requirements before it is willing to execute fully. For example, it … Continue reading Rapid Provisioning of a Malware Analysis Environment


Digital Forensics - Automotive Infotainment and Telematics Systems

Paul A. Henry - SeniorSans Instructor - phenry@sans.org MCP+I, MCSE, CCSA, CCSE, CISSP-ISSAP, CISM, CISA, CIFI, CCE, ACE, GCFE, GCFA, GSEC, GICSP, GCED, GPPA, VCP4/5, VCP-DCV (5.5), vExpert Powerful Features There is a huge range of features now controlled / enabled by current generation automotive infotainment and telematics systems (Figure 1 - Source), including … Continue reading Digital Forensics - Automotive Infotainment and Telematics Systems


DFIR Summit 2017 - CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS

Call for Presentations Now Open! Submit your proposal here: http://dfir.to/DFIR-CFP-2017 Deadline: January 16th at 5pm CT The 10th Annual Digital Forensics and Incident Response Summit Call for Presentations is open through 5 pm EST on Monday, January 16, 2017. If you are interested in presenting or participating on a panel, we'd be … Continue reading DFIR Summit 2017 - CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS


Malware Can Hide, But It Must Run

Article originally posted in forensicfocus.com Author: Alissa Torres It's October, haunting season. However, in the forensics world, the hunting of evil never ends. And with Windows 10 expected to be the new normal, digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) professionals who lack the necessary (memory) hunting skills will pay the price. Investigators who do not … Continue reading Malware Can Hide, But It Must Run


A Technical Autopsy of the Apple - FBI Debate using iPhone forensics

The technical basics of the case is that FBI is trying to compel Apple Inc. to help create a new capability installed on the suspect's iPhone that would enable with the following degraded security mechanisms: Allow the FBI to submit passcode "electronically via the physical device port" Will not wipe underlying data after 10 incorrect … Continue reading A Technical Autopsy of the Apple - FBI Debate using iPhone forensics