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- - Whitelisting: The ability to identify IP's and networks you
want to allow inbound and outbound of your honeynet, but do not want to log or alert on.
- - Blacklisting: The ability to identify IP's and networks you
want to deny inbound and outbound of your honeynet and do not
want to log or alert on.
- - Traffic Summary: Improved traffic summary reporting, with
the addition of Snort alerts, Snort-Inline alerts, and
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A coming explosion of counterfeit reality -- the use of computers and digitally based media to produce fake images, video, documents or sounds -- will drive a multibillion-dollar business of detecting what is real and what is not, say Daryl Plummer and Frank Kenney, analysts with Gartner Inc., a market-research firm based in Stamford, Conn.
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Writing in the current issue of the International Journal of Digital Evidence, UF doctoral student Mark Foster proposes a new and improved method of computer crime solving, called â€œprocess forensics.â€
â€œIf a guy walks into a bank and robs it, leaving footprints behind or his fingerprints on the counter, the forensic analyst would come in and find those traces of what happened,â€ said Foster. In the same way, process forensics merges two existing types of digital evidence â€“ intrusion-detection and checkpointing technology â€“ to give an investigator the most possible information to crack a case, said Foster, a computer science and engineering student conducting the research for his dissertation with UF professor of computer science Joseph Wilson, who co-wrote the paper.
Although computer malfunctions remain the most common cause of file loss, data recovery experts say human behaviour still is to blame in many cases.
It is based on the Knoppix 3.6 LiveCD, with some customisations and additions. Bugs identified during the testing were only minor, such as identification of hard drives transposing makes with model numbers, etc. These have all been corrected. We encourage everyone to download the CD, as it is an extremely useful tool to have, and we would appreciate all the testing and feedback we can get.
The licensed private investigator, with more than two decades of experience in computer forensics, is the go-to guy when companies need to analyze and retrieve information stored on a computer in such a way that the information can be used as evidence in a court of law.