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A $I30 index tool

segevrl
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https://github.com/harelsegev/INDXRipper

Find index entries in NTFS $I30 attributes and easily integrate the data into a timeline

This started as an experimental project, but turned out to be useful enough to share

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Topic starter Posted : 19/06/2021 8:11 am
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jaclaz
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Nice.

Another little tool that goes in the toolbox, just in case. 

jaclaz

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Posted : 20/06/2021 10:39 am
segevrl
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@jaclaz Ideally, it should always be used when making a file system timeline. It finds files other tools don't, and it does it fairly quickly.

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Topic starter Posted : 20/06/2021 8:06 pm
thefuf
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@segevrl, what about dfir_ntfs?

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Posted : 20/06/2021 10:28 pm
segevrl
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@thefuf I've never tried it. It looks great, honestly. It seems like it carves $FILE_NAME attributes from the slack space of $INDEX_ALLOCATION attributes, which is similar to what INDXRipper is doing. I guess you can use either of them for this purpose.

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Topic starter Posted : 21/06/2021 7:23 am
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