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LinuxLEO Website and Training Materials - Updated

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LinuxLEO Website and Training Materials - Updated

Post Posted: Tue Sep 12, 2017 7:57 am

For those that might be interested, the guidebook and materials at www.linuxleo.com have been updated. The guide is still a beginners guide...this is not "sequel". I've started teaching again and so it was time for a refresh. Much of the material remains the same (still works), but a lot has been added, and commands and output updated as needed. The guide went from ~190 pages to just over 300 pages.

There's also a YouTube channel (empty for now...subscribe for notifications) that will mostly be used for demo videos and related stuff. Comments are welcome at bgrundy @ linuxleo.com.

Thanks,
Barry  

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Re: LinuxLEO Website and Training Materials - Updated

Post Posted: Tue Sep 12, 2017 2:42 pm

Thank you! Nice update!

On page 93 you write: Keep in mind our previous discussion regarding write blocking. But the discussion starts later on the same page, so there is a next discussion, not a previous one.

Also, teaching examiners to trust hardware write blockers more than software ones is a bad practice (in my opinion). Some hardware write blockers run Linux too. And there are issues too (and a simple act of attaching a suspect drive to a hardware write blocker may result in write requests being sent to that drive).  

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Re: LinuxLEO Website and Training Materials - Updated

Post Posted: Thu Sep 14, 2017 10:19 am

wow thanks...back in 2008, it helped me prepare for SANS GCFA. Smile  

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