Computer forensics works to analyze information on computer systems in an attempt to find evidence regarding certain actions to achieve certain goals.

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Did someone really plug an iphone in, or are these symptoms of an exploit attempt?

My syslog indicates that someone plugged an iPhone USB device into my desktop at 4am today, for about 10 minutes. I'm checking physical security logs to see if there was someone in the room, but in ...
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How can I secure my log files?

I have a cool tool that displays my syslog and kernellog on my mac's desktop. This has me concerned about what is written in them - I'm staring to feel like they are creating a hole in my privacy. I ...
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Detecting Steganography in images

I recently came across an odd JPEG file: Resolution 400x600 and a filesize of 2.9 MB. I got suspicious and suspected that there is some additional information hidden. I tried some straight forward ...
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is there any solution to manage network forensic, SIEM and intelligence analysis and investigation in a enterprise network?

Anyone have experience in a solution to manage in an integrated view this functionality ? - network forensic - SIEM - intelligence analysis and investigation Like Niksun or Solera solution do ? I'm ...
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What should be included in a jump bag and how often should it be reviewed?

What items should be included in a jump bag? How often do you review your jump bag?
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Do you know any .xry reader for MacOS/*BSD or Linux?

I am looking for a .xry reader (software) that works on mac/*bsd/linux in order to perform a forensic analysis. Can you suggest one?
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What does a court need to successfully prosecute a hacker? Please cite previous cases if possible

Once a business decides it is worthwhile to persue legal action against the attacker, what information and processes should be followed so that: Integrity of the investigation is maintained The ...
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“Fingerprinting” and human error

Pretend for a moment I am investigating an attack. I find errors in the attack method (mistakes made by the human attacking my network/computer). I compile a database of these "mistakes" treating ...
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Retrieving OSx Keychain passwords

I have a computer forensics style osx login.keychain file that I am trying to find the passwords from. I have a very weak mac which I used crowbarkc on to try and brute force but the horsepower is ...