Digital Forensics Round-Up, February 28 2024

A round-up of this week’s digital forensics news and views:

How to Identify and Investigate AI Audio Deepfakes, a Major 2024 Election Threat

In October 2023, an AI-synthesized impersonation of the voice of an opposition leader helped swing the election in Slovakia to a pro-Russia candidate…

Read More (GIJN)

Investigating, Containing, and Removing Malware on a Mac

Let me start by saying this is not the correct way to do incident response and digital forensics exactly. I could risk infecting my entire network and everything on it…

Read More (Medium)

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iOS Unified Logs – WiFi and AirPlane Mode

In the dynamic realm of iOS functionality, the Control Center emerges as a pivotal interface, offering users seamless access to critical device settings and utilities…

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Common Digital Video Myths

The field of Digital Forensics has exploded over the past decade, and with this boom comes varying expectations and assumptions about how digital forensic analyses function…

Read More (LinkedIn)

Unmasking Lorenz Ransomware: A Dive into Recent Tactics, Techniques and Procedures

NCC Group’s Digital Forensics Team shares its latest findings on how the notorious ransomware group is changing its strategies…

Read More (IT Pro Today)

Transforming Digital Forensics: The Impact of AI & VR Technologies

In the ever-evolving landscape of digital forensics, the integration of AI (Artificial Intelligence) and VR (Virtual Reality) technologies will mark a profound shift in investigative methodologies and capabilities…

Read More (linkedIn)

How MSAB Is Managing The Digital Forensics Challenges Of Frontline Policing

Alan Platt, Professional Services Consultant at MSAB, joined the Forensic Focus podcast this month to discuss the different levels of digital forensics capabilities within police forces and how MSAB products like XAMN and XEC Director are used by frontline officers versus lab analysts…

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Man who proved MyPillow’s Mike Lindell wrong had no expectation

A federal judge affirmed a $5 million arbitration award against MyPillow founder Mike Lindell in favor of computer forensics expert Robert Zeidman, who showed Lindell’s data was unrelated to election fraud…

Read More (MSN)

North West police forces begin digital investigations training

A partnership between five police forces in the North West has begun to train officers and staff in digital investigations…

Read More (UK Authority)

DFSP # 419 – What the Flux

This week is about fast flux, which is a technique attackers use to hide their true, malicious domains. It’s effective, that’s why they use it, and as an analyst it pays to know a little bit about it so you’re not chasing ghosts during your investigations…

Read More (Digital Forensic Survival Podcast)

Dubai: How will crimes be investigated in the metaverse?

The rapid advancement of technology has given rise to the metaverse, a virtual world where individuals interact through avatars in three-dimensional online environments…

Read More (Khaleej Times)

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