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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Are there any artifacts for filesystem forensics in memory?

I have a memory dump. I know it is infected by a rootkit which uses its own file system installed at the end of the disk. Can there be any artifacts in dmp file to show this?
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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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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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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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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 ...
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KDBG usage in volatility

I am using volatility recently and I noticed that it uses kdbgscan command, that is about kernel debugger block. Can someone explain in plain words what is it and why are we using it?
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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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Scalpel/foremost usage

Would anyone be able to give a rundown on how examine this image in a forensically sound manner using scalpel? (Maybe with using an example image) Here are the images: ...
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Are there any data sets from previous mobile forensic acquisitions available?

Even though the question by itself arises big privacy concerns, I would like to ask if there are datasets publicly or under specific agreements available, related to post-mortem forensic acquisitions ...
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Forensic Linux distributions?

Review between there distributions; 1. Kali 2. Caine 3. (SANS Investigate Forensic Toolkit (SIFT 4. DEFT Linux 5. Matriux 6. Masterkey Linux 7. Swift Linux 8. GRML Live Linux 9. Plain Sight 10. ...