SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response Blog: Category - SIFT Workstation

Digital Forensics SIFT'ing: Cheating Timelines with log2timeline

Hopefully at one point in time everyone has experienced the enjoyment of a teacher that allowed them to use a "cheat sheet" on a test. For the unfamiliar, the concept is simple; take an 8.5 x 11" piece of paper, cram as much information as you can on both sides, and use it as an … Continue reading Digital Forensics SIFT'ing: Cheating Timelines with log2timeline


SIFT Workstation 2.12 Release and ChangeLog

Due to several issues with libewf and minor bugs found in log2timeline and log2timline-sift, we have released a new version of the SIFT Workstation. This is not a major release, but I did have time to go and refresh many packages built in it. The next release will update the ubuntu backend and be a … Continue reading SIFT Workstation 2.12 Release and ChangeLog


Digital Forensic SIFTing - Mounting Evidence Image Files

This is a series of blog articles that utilize the SIFT Workstation. The free SIFT workstation, can match any modern forensic tool suite, is also directly featured and taught in SANS' Advanced Computer Forensic Analysis and Incident Response course (FOR 508). SIFT demonstrates that advanced investigations and responding to intrusions can be accomplished using cutting-edge … Continue reading Digital Forensic SIFTing - Mounting Evidence Image Files