SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response Blog: Category - Network Forensics

Top 11 Reasons Why You Should NOT Miss the SANS DFIR Summit and Training this Year

The SANSDFIR Summit and Training 2018is turning 11!The 2018 event marks 11 years since SANS started what is todaythedigital forensics and incident response event of the year, attended by forensicators time after time. Join us and enjoy the latest in-depth presentations from influential DFIR experts and the opportunity to take an array of hands-on SANS … Continue reading Top 11 Reasons Why You Should NOT Miss the SANS DFIR Summit and Training this Year


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


DFIR Summit 2016 - Call for Papers Now Open

The 9th annual Digital Forensics and Incident Response Summit will once again be held in the live musical capital of the world, Austin, Texas. The Summit brings together DFIR practitioners who share their experiences, case studies and stories from the field. Summit attendees will explore real-world applications of technologies and solutions from all aspects of … Continue reading DFIR Summit 2016 - Call for Papers Now Open


Using ProcDOT Plugins to Examine PCAP Files When Analyzing Malware

ProcDOT is a free tool for analyzing the actions taken by malware when infecting a laboratory system. ProcDOT supports plugins, which could extend the tool's built-in capabilities. This article looks at two plugins that help examine contents of the network capture file loaded into ProcDOT. Continue reading Using ProcDOT Plugins to Examine PCAP Files When Analyzing Malware


Hindering Exploitation by Analysing Process Launches

Malware can do some nasty things to your system, but it needs to get on there first. Thankfully, users have become more suspicious of files named FunnyJokes.doc.exe and so malware authors have had to become more innovative, using a mix of social engineering and the constant stream of 0-day browser exploits to land evil code … Continue reading Hindering Exploitation by Analysing Process Launches