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What we’re about

This is a hands on digital forensics group. We expect that you will be interacting and asking questions - but it won't be mandated (silent learners are welcome as well).

Topics covered will be (we will try and cover them all):

* Software Write Blocking

* Creating Forensic Images

* File System Identification

* Mounting Forensic Images

* Recovering Files from Forensic Images

* Artifacts in the Registry

* Hashing

* File Signature Analysis

* File Analysis

* Internet History

* E-mail Header Analysis

* Prefetch Files

* Shortcuts/Link (.LNK) Files and Jump Lists

* Thumbnail Caches

* GREP Searches

* File Carving

* Timestamps and Timelines

* Recovering Passwords

* Mounting Images as Virtual Machines

* Memory Acquisition and Analysis

* Network Traffic

We will be following along the printed book by Michael K. Robinson - "Digital Forensics Workbook". You can get the book here -> ( AND here ->(

Michael is an established professional in the cybersecurity community who has worked for many large organizations as well as within the US Intelligence community. He currently works for Google as a security engineer.

While Michael won't be teaching this course he will make an appearance in one of our sessions for an interview into his career and journey.

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