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Re: NVMe PCIe SSD to SATA

Post Posted: Feb 07, 20 07:57

[quote="Cults14"]
The USB bridge may not work in this instance as the connection to the host is via USB and DETech doesn't recognise USB disks
[/quote]

I can recommend using this adapter: [url=ht ...
raydenvm
Topic: NVMe PCIe SSD to SATA
Replies: 6
Views: 1191
 

Re: DD disk image vs EWF size confusion

Post Posted: Feb 07, 20 07:51

[quote="Suai"]Allright just double-checked, bad explanation on my side, at least I'm not going crazy here and my basic understanding is still correct. I just checked properties of the image file.

S ...
raydenvm
Topic: DD disk image vs EWF size confusion
Replies: 8
Views: 1201
 

Re: Large hard drive imaging

Post Posted: Jan 28, 20 07:26

Read speeds of the drives limit imaging performance a lot. So the times are getting worse and worse for the digital forensic community. Luckily, Seagate, WD, and Toshiba are really looking into improv ...
raydenvm
Topic: Large hard drive imaging
Replies: 16
Views: 2497
 

Re: M.2 drives and CRU Forensic Ultradock v5

Post Posted: Sep 10, 19 07:53

[quote="fraudit"]Ufff, many thanks for the detailed explanation, jaclaz, I really appreciate it!

I believe now I've got it. Clearly next time I will do my best to find matching controllers / standa ...
raydenvm
Topic: M.2 drives and CRU Forensic Ultradock v5
Replies: 14
Views: 5085
 

Re: NVMe - filling it up with random data (ISO 17025)

Post Posted: May 18, 19 06:00

[quote="trewmte"]
This thread did make me wonder about NVM wiping and reminded me of comments by Bruce Nikkel in his book 'Practical Forensic Imaging - Securing Digital Evidence with Linux Tools (201 ...
raydenvm
Topic: NVMe - filling it up with random data (ISO 17025)
Replies: 9
Views: 2888
 

Re: NVMe - filling it up with random data (ISO 17025)

Post Posted: May 17, 19 08:41

Alas, dd with /dev/random has two downsides.

1. It's a time-taker to wipe a drive completely.

2. More importantly, modern QLC drives will wear-out due to low endurance. Some low-end models can ...
raydenvm
Topic: NVMe - filling it up with random data (ISO 17025)
Replies: 9
Views: 2888
 

Re: SHA-1 question

Post Posted: Feb 22, 19 07:34

Or you could use [url=https://gchq.github.io/CyberChef/]CyberChef playing with recipe if you prefer to run conversion in UI.

Recipe from Base32 to HEX:

[{"op":"From Base32","args":["A-Z2-7=",tr ...
raydenvm
Topic: SHA-1 question
Replies: 4
Views: 1154
 
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