Lantern Lite Imager
I’m aways happy to give credit where credit is due. This week I had a dilemma. At work we have a license for Cellebrite Physical Analyzer (excellent software) but we needed to have the ability to obtain physical images of several iOS devices at several locations at once. We needed to act quickly and as […]
SANS 408 Mentoring and Teaching Assistant
The new job is keeping my mind and body very busy recently so first of all, let me apologize for not being very proactive with posting. Normal service will be resumed soon. Second, I’m now in the SANS mentoring program. This means that I’ll be teachingÂ Forensics 408: Computer Forensic Investigations – Windows In-Depth on a […]
2012 Award Nominations
Nominations have been open for some time now but I also understand that you may not read the site, only listen to the podcast. If this is the case, this is especially for you.
Forensic 4cast Awards 2012 – Nominations are Open
Ladies and gentlemen, we are happy to announce that nominations for the 2012 Forensic 4cast Awards are now open. You can find the nominations page here:Â http://www.forensic4cast.com/forensic-4cast-awards/ Once again, SANS has invited us back to present the awards at the 2012 Forensic Summit in Austin on June 26 and 27. This year we have streamlined things […]
Call for Volunteers – Forensic 4cast Awards
Dear all, It is quickly approaching the awards season. Yes the Oscars, the Grammies, the Golden Globes, and others will be held in the coming months but, most importantly, we will soon be accepting nominations for the Forensic 4cast Awards. Once again SANS has been kind enough to host the event at the Forensic Summit […]
How F-Response Saved Christmas
Those who know me will attest to the fact that I love F-Response but today it really came to the rescue. I’m doing an imaging job in the Dallas area. The client wants me to image four servers, three of which are business critical and can’t be out of use between 6am and 7pm. So, […]
Episode 40 – All is not what it seems
In this episode we are joined by data recovery and forensics specialist Gareth Davies. Gareth has published papers and given presentations on the subject of data storage manipulation. Our discussion contains items that, I believe, all forensic investigators should be aware of.
Leaving on a Jet Plane
Please pardon the ‘personal’ post. There’s nothing technical here so feel free to pass if you’re not interested. No, I’m not off to another conference. This time we’re playing for keeps. Later in the month I am moving, with my family, to Texas where I’ll be taking a new position as Director of Forensics. As […]
Gadget Show Appearance
Tonite at 8pm UK time, for all those people that either live in the UK (or have a UK proxy to hand) please tune in and watch “The Gadget Show” on Channel 5. A few weeks ago I recorded a segment with Jon Bentley (one of the hosts) on password cracking and it airs tonite. […]
What is the Point?
Today I’ve watched with interest as news reports have come in about the arrests of suspected Anonymous and Lulzsec members. I’ve felt a weird mixture of both disgust and pride that many of these people reside in the UK but I’m left feeling utter and complete shame regarding the laws and legal system to which […]