Week 21 – 2017

If you’d like to vote this site for the Forensic 4cast blog of the year, that would be greatly appreciated 🙂 Only a few more days to go till voting closes too. 2017 Forensic 4:cast Awards – Voting FORENSIC ANALYSIS Luis Rocha at Count Upon Security talks about the USNJrnl artefact on NTFS, and how […]

Week 20 – 2017

If you’d like to vote this site for the Forensic 4cast blog of the year, that would be greatly appreciated 🙂 2017 Forensic 4:cast Awards – Voting FORENSIC ANALYSIS The guys at Cyber Forensicator shared a couple of articles this week They shared a paper by Abdulalem Ali, Shukor Abd Razar, Siti Hajar Othman, Arafat […]

Week 19 – 2017

If you’d like to vote this site for the Forensic 4cast blog of the year, that would be greatly appreciated 🙂 2017 Forensic 4:cast Awards – Voting FORENSIC ANALYSIS The guys at Cyber Forensicator have shared the news that Joseph Muniz and Aamir Lakhani book, titled “Investigating the Cyber Breach: The Digital Forensics Guide for […]

Week 18 – 2017

If you’d like to vote this site for the Forensic 4cast blog of the year, that would be greatly appreciated 🙂 2017 Forensic 4:cast Awards – Voting UPCOMING WEBINARS In self-promotion news (yes, I moved this section to the top of the site this week ;)), I will be presenting a SANS webcast on Thursday […]

Week 17 – 2017

If you’d like to vote this site for the Forensic 4cast blog of the year, that would be greatly appreciated 🙂 2017 Forensic 4:cast Awards – Voting FORENSIC ANALYSIS As an update to a post by Mari, there’s been a bit of talk about a newly located registry subkey that indicates the actual install date […]

Week 16 – 2017

If you’d like to vote this site for the Forensic 4cast blog of the year, that would be greatly appreciated 🙂 2017 Forensic 4:cast Awards – Voting FORENSIC ANALYSIS Jonas Plum has started to reverse engineer the new Apple File System (APFS) and shares his research. APFS filesystem format  The guys at Cyber Forensicator shared […]

Week 15 – 2017

If you’d like to vote this site for the Forensic 4cast blog of the year, that would be greatly appreciated 🙂 2017 Forensic 4:cast Awards – Voting FORENSIC ANALYSIS The Blackbag Training Team show how Blacklight can be used to examine the Windows Registry Windows Registry Demystified – Part Two Joanna Shemesh at Cellebrite explains […]