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

Mass Triage: Retrieve Interesting Files Tool (FRAC and RIFT) Part 2

FRAC is a GPLv2 project that can run remote commands across a Windows enterprise network. It consists of a Perl script, basic configuration files, and an SMB share. It uses PAExec or Winexe to connect to the remote machines, and then runs the commands required. It doesn't require a powerful system to run from, but does require lots of disk space if it has been configured to collect files. FRAC can run on the Linux, *NIX, and OSX using Winexe to connect to the remote Windows machines. Continue reading Mass Triage: Retrieve Interesting Files Tool (FRAC and RIFT) Part 2


Mass Triage: Retrieve Interesting Files Tool (RIFT) Part 1

In the course of an incident incident responders will have to retrieve files from a machine in a forensically sound manner. RIFT copies files from a subject machine in a forensically sound manner using the Sleuthkit toolset. By simply running RIFT with a regex list of file names or directories, specific files and folders are targeted for extraction. For each match, icat is then used to copy the file or folder to a drive/share other than the C drive. Continue reading Mass Triage: Retrieve Interesting Files Tool (RIFT) Part 1