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

BRAND NEW #DFIR COURSE - Windows Memory Forensics In-Depth

Memory analysis skills are one of the most in-demand skills for digital forensics, incident response, and malware analysts today. This August, SANS is introducing a brand new 5-day class dedicated to Windows Memory Forensics. The hands-on course, written by memory forensics pioneer Jesse Kornblum, is incredibly comprehensive and SANS is proud to offer it in … Continue reading BRAND NEW #DFIR COURSE - Windows Memory Forensics In-Depth


New version of Nmap, 60TB hard drives on the way, attacker trends, & a dissected web attack

This week's edition of Case Leads features updates to a popular network scanning tool and another application which may be useful in gaining access to encrypted documents. We also have an article detailing a recent attack against a website and a couple of papers that look at attack trends. There's news that hard drives could … Continue reading New version of Nmap, 60TB hard drives on the way, attacker trends, & a dissected web attack


Digital Forensics Case Leads: MBR Parser, VSC Toolset GUI, Memory Forensics Cheat Sheet & other goodness......

In this week's SANS Case Leads, we have a python script for parsing the Master Boot Record, a question of USB drive serial number uniqueness, some VSC goodness and some other stuff ;-) If you have an item you'd like to contribute to Digital Forensics Case Leads, please send it to caseleads@sans.org Tools: Jamie Levy … Continue reading Digital Forensics Case Leads: MBR Parser, VSC Toolset GUI, Memory Forensics Cheat Sheet & other goodness......


Memory Forensics Cheat Sheet

I recently wrote on my personal blog about some of the new updates to the SANS Forensics 508 course and included a link to a new memory forensics cheat sheet. By popular request, I am posting a PDF versionof the cheat sheet here on the SANS blog. Feedback is appreciated! Chad Tilbury, GCFA, has … Continue reading Memory Forensics Cheat Sheet


Digital Forensics Case Leads: New version of REMnux, tools for imaging iPhone and Android devices, and a list of "Best Reads" from 2011

This week's edition of Case Leads features a new version of REMnux for malware analysis and we have two tools for collecting forensic images from iPhone and Android devices. We also have a couple of articles on Android memory analysis and the use of Open Source digital forensics tools to validate commercial tools. As always, … Continue reading Digital Forensics Case Leads: New version of REMnux, tools for imaging iPhone and Android devices, and a list of "Best Reads" from 2011