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Cyber forensic tool kit

Post by Admin on Mon Dec 22, 2014 2:13 am

http://www.techradar.com/news/computing/how-to-create-your-own-free-computer-forensics-kit-on-a-usb-drive-680396/1

The super-sleuth detectives in TV show CSI have some very nifty tools to help solve crimes. But the need to keep things interesting and wrap the show up in an hour means the technology used in each episode bears little resemblance to the work of real forensic experts. Or does it?

When it comes to computer forensics, today's tools are becoming more advanced, leaving fewer places to hide information. This tension between fact and fiction took on a whole new dimension when Microsoft's police-only forensic toolkit was leaked on the internet. Reports say that it has more in common with CSI than The Bill.

We're going to show you how to mimic Microsoft's offering using open-source software to unlock Windows accounts, investigate suspicious activity, see any file on a Windows disk and even peruse files that others believe have been permanently deleted.

Your cyber forensic toolkit on a USB

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