Digital Forensics Round-Up, March 13 2024

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

Advanced forensic method to authenticate audio files from Tizen-based Samsung Galaxy Watches

In this study, we propose a forensic-forgery detecting approach for audio files, an extension of previous research on the Android-based Samsung Galaxy Watch4 series, captured by the Voice Recorder application on Samsung Galaxy smartwatches with the Tizen operating system (OS)…

Read More (Science Direct)

Digital forensics in healthcare: An analysis of data associated with a CPAP machine

The need for digital forensic services across all sectors is not a new concept, nor is the increasing demand seen globally. However, the devices on which we perform digital forensics have changed and continue to evolve…

Read More (Science Direct)

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The mystery of the EnrichedOffice365AuditLogs solved

At some point in 2023 out of nowhere there was a new entry under the Diagnostic Settings in Entra ID called EnrichedOffice365AuditLogs there was little to no documentation on it…

Read More (Invictus IR)

Infosec pros weigh in on proposed ransomware payment bans

Whether for or against a payment ban, security professionals are concerned regulations could negatively affect victims and result in fewer incident disclosures…

Read More (Tech Target)

How Cado Security Is Revolutionizing Forensics And Incident Response For The Cloud

Chris Doman, Co-Founder of Cado Security, joins the Forensic Focus podcast to discuss cloud forensics and incident response. Cado Security provides cloud-based software for collecting and analyzing forensic evidence in cloud environments…

Read More (Forensic Focus)

It’s harder than ever to identify a manipulated photo. Here’s where to start.

To protect yourself from misinformation, experts suggest analyzing everything from how a photograph is lit to where you’re getting your information in the first place…

Read More (National Geographic)

Chaos to Clarity: Why Triage is Not Optional

As someone who works, lives and breathes in the world of Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR), there is one skill that I think is often overlooked. Triage…

Read More (DFIR & Ramblings)

Spinning YARN – A New Linux Malware Campaign Targets Docker, Apache Hadoop, Redis and Confluence

Cado Security Labs researchers have recently encountered an emerging malware campaign targeting misconfigured servers running the following web-facing services…

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