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DigiForentobe
(@digiforentobe)
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Hey again all,

Wanted to ask is there site you guys may be aware of where I can find digital forensic tutors ? 

Have tried some of the main sites, with no luck as such for this niche area

 

Kind regards

DigiForentobe

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Topic starter Posted : 29/03/2021 1:54 pm
Thomas
(@thomas)
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A special section you are looking for...? You can use some Google Dork tricks to find what you want, and there are a lot of good hardcopy books, but to help you:

https://www.hackingarticles.in/best-of-computer-forensics-tutorials/

 

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Posted : 31/03/2021 7:58 pm
DigiForentobe
(@digiforentobe)
New Member

@thomas hi Thomas,

I am currently doing a "project" and examining a E.01 and wanted tips and tricks of where else I can look for useful data so I can document it, this was the reason for the enquiry of a tutor, more  of a one off to begin with.

Thank you kindly for that link btw, i appreciate it

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Topic starter Posted : 01/04/2021 11:32 am
Thomas
(@thomas)
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You probably know this already, but you can also mount your E01 image with FTK imager, and investigate it from your preferenced environment. If you are a Windows user, then a lot of the Nirsoft tools can help you to visualize it in an easy manner. For example WinLogonView, which gives you a nice overview of the logintimes. All the tools are portable, free, and have the same report layout.

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Posted : 01/04/2021 7:36 pm
mscotgrove
(@mscotgrove)
Senior Member

@digiforentobe

E01 is just a container.  It be be an XFS disk, FAT32, NTFS (most likely).

Find out which format, and then ask for help.

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Posted : 04/04/2021 1:15 pm
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