SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response Blog: Tag - Incident Response

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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.

Threat Hunting and Incident Response Summit - CFP - Closing 12 Oct

The inaugural Threat Hunting and Incident Response Summit will be held in New Orleans, LA on April 12- 13, 2016. The Threat Hunting & Incident Response Summit 2016 focuses on specific hunting and incident response techniques and capabilities that can be used to identify, contain, and eliminate adversaries targeting your networks. Attend this summit … Continue reading Threat Hunting and Incident Response Summit - CFP - Closing 12 Oct

Timeline analysis with Apache Spark and Python

This blog post introduces a technique for timeline analysis that mixes a bit of data science and domain-specific knowledge (file-systems, DFIR). Analyzing CSV formatted timelines by loading them with Excel or any other spreadsheet application can be inefficient, even impossible at times. It all depends on the size of the timelines and how many different … Continue reading Timeline analysis with Apache Spark and Python

How to Install SIFT Workstation and REMnux on the Same Forensics System

Combine SIFT Workstation and REMnux on a single system to create a supercharged Linux toolkit for digital forensics and incident response tasks. Here's how.

How Miscreants Hide From Browser Forensics

Scammers, intruders and other miscreants often aim to conceal their actions from forensic investigators. When analyzing an IT support scam, I interacted with the person posing as the help desk technician. He brought up a web page on the victim's system to present payment form, so the person would supply contact and credit card details. He did this in a surprising manner, designed to conceal the destination URL.