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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Data Abstraction Layers in Forensic Imaging

I am a bit confused from various sources about the abstraction level and layers that a file resides in forensic imaging. I have found two slightly different explanations: The first one includes a) ...
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How to find passwords in memory (password managers)

I’m trying to figure out if password managers such as last pass store passwords in plain text (or hash values that can then be decrypted with the master password) in memory after a user logs into the ...
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Finding artefacts of software

I was wondering if there is an established way to tell what running a particular program on a system might leave behind (in terms of changes to a filesystem, such as in Linux). I am thinking of this ...
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Forensic analysis of Android sqlite db's

In an extraction of com.facebook.katana/Database db files (fb.db and webview.db), I get: [fb.db] If I use an hexadecimal editor to open those files, even when there is no sqlite record named c_user, ...
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Hidden OS: Decoy OS ≠ Hidden OS?

I wanted to use two different OS then two OS equal in the distinct functions: Hidden OS: Linux Decoy OS: Windows Has how? because what I have read until today were processes done with even OS, I do ...
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Forensic in Cloud environment

I'm new to forensic and I'm trying to do a simple research about forensic in the cloud. let's assume that I have access to an EC2 instance (whether a private key for a Linux instance or the username ...
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Linux Physical memory analysis using hexeditor for Forensics

I am about to forensics investigation of a linux physical memory. I have dumped an ARM Linux which the profile is not listed in Volatility, so I could find the process and the latest command using ...
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How can I convert a domain controller account to local account for forensic analysis?

I am doing a forensic analysis of a Windows machine that has multiple local accounts but have a domain controller or active directory account. I can analyze the files of the user because the files are ...
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Read WMI stuff on offline system?

For forensic purposes, I want to work with WMI on an offline system (dd image disk). In particular I would like to read the WMI Event Subscriptions. How can I achieve this ? Are WMI stuff located ...