Week 29 – 2019

Thanks to Lodrina for her work on the Threat Hunting and Malware Analysis sections. As always, Thanks to those who give a little back for their support! FORENSIC ANALYSIS Marco Neumann has started a blog, ‘Be-binary 4n6’, and documents his research into the Skype application The first post shows the differences between the desktop and […]

Week 28 – 2019

Thanks to Lodrina for her work on the Threat Hunting and Malware Analysis sections. As always, Thanks to those who give a little back for their support! FORENSIC ANALYSIS Marco Fontani at Amped demonstrates how to use Authenticate to examine photos downloaded from social media Sharing the Smoking Gun: Did You Know Amped Authenticate’s Camera […]

Week 27 – 2019

Last chance to enter your votes for the 2019 Forensic 4Cast Awards, held at the SANS DFIR Summit in Austin, Texas. Thanks to Lodrina for her work on the Threat Hunting and Malware Analysis sections. As always, Thanks to those who give a little back for their support! FORENSIC ANALYSIS Andrea Fortuna at ‘So Long, […]

This Month In 4n6 – June – 2019

A monthly wrap-up of the DFIR news for June 2019. Vote for “This Week in 4n6” for a Forensic 4Cast Award Thank you to those Patreon donors for the last month. I decided to go with the value-for-value model rather than advertising. Alternatively, it would be great if you could leave an iTunes review. If you are a Patreon […]

Week 26 – 2019

Teaching in Canberra this coming week so my sections may be links only, we’ll see how I go. Thanks to Lodrina for her work on the Threat Hunting and Malware Analysis sections. As always, Thanks to those who give a little back for their support! FORENSIC ANALYSIS Bryan Ambrose at Data Digitally demonstrates a process […]

Week 25 – 2019

Thanks to Lodrina for her work on the Threat Hunting and Malware Analysis sections. As always, Thanks to those who give a little back for their support! FORENSIC ANALYSIS Brian Moran at BriMor Labs shares the process that he uses “to rearrange and correlate RDP Bitmap Cache data in Photoshop” Phinally Using Photoshop to Phacilitate […]

Week 24 – 2019

As always, Thanks to those who give a little back for their support! Links only for the Malware and Threat Hunting sections this week FORENSIC ANALYSIS DFIR Investigator of the Year candidate, Alexis Brignoni at ‘Initialization Vectors’ posted a couple of times this week He looks at the data stored by Samsung’s predictive text surrounding […]