SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response Blog: Category - Memory Analysis

Brand New - Windows Memory Analysis In-Depth - Course Launch

Memory analysis skills are one of the most in-demand skills for digital forensics, incident response, and malware analysts today. In 2013, SANS is introducing a brand new 5-day class dedicated to Windows Memory Forensics. The hands-on course, written by memory forensics pioneer and developerJesse Kornblum, is incredibly comprehensive and SANS is proud to offer it … Continue reading Brand New - Windows Memory Analysis In-Depth - Course Launch


Case Leads: Report on Emerging Cyber Threats, Updates to Forensics Applications, Malware Trends, and more.

This week's edition of CaseLeads features a report on emerging cyber threats, another report about malware and vulnerabilities,research about the head of a new anti-virus firm, updates to the Oxygen Forensics Suite and Memoryze for the Mac. There's also a story about how email led to several discoveries in the case of theCIA director that … Continue reading Case Leads: Report on Emerging Cyber Threats, Updates to Forensics Applications, Malware Trends, and more.


New Advanced Persistent Threat Based - FOR508 Released in On-Demand

It begins on Day 0: A 3-4 letter government agency contacts your organization about some data that was found at another location. Don't ask us how we know, but you should probably check out several of your systems. You are compromised by the APT. Most organizations are left speechless as 90% of all intrusions are … Continue reading New Advanced Persistent Threat Based - FOR508 Released in On-Demand


Four Focus Areas of Malware Analysis

Malware analysis and the forensic artifacts involved are made up of four areas of focus. The four areas of focus are behavior, code, memory, and intelligence analysis. Each has its own techniques which will be covered briefly. An analyst is in the middle of a case and finds an executable artifact. In searching the hash … Continue reading Four Focus Areas of Malware Analysis


Digital Forensics Case Leads: Skype acting weird, Mircosoft backdooring Skype! Volatility with x64 support... Facebook censoring chats for criminal activities!? A Russian hacker challenge Apple by bypassing Apple Store authentication mechanism and get apps for free!!! All that and more, this week on Case Leadsâ¦

In this week of Case Leads, we hear lot of Skype problems, claims that Microsoft is backdooring Skype and Facebook censoring chats for illegal activities'' Moreover, Apple seems to fail on fixing a bug found by a Russian hacker that enable an attacker to bypass authentication mechanism and let him get paid apps for free. … Continue reading Digital Forensics Case Leads: Skype acting weird, Mircosoft backdooring Skype! Volatility with x64 support... Facebook censoring chats for criminal activities!? A Russian hacker challenge Apple by bypassing Apple Store authentication mechanism and get apps for free!!! All that and more, this week on Case Leads''