Phill Moore’s Round-Up Of This Month In Forensics

James Habben at 4n6ir explores the SCCM database in two posts, and Mark Mckinnon wrote an Autopsy Plugin to extract the relevant data.

Didier Stevens shows how to extract password history from the ntds.dit file.

Roberto Rodriguez shows how to build a sysmon dashboard on top of ELK.

Darren Freestone has shared his thoughts on the recent SHA1 collision and its impact on digital forensics.

Paul Sanderson announced a book on SQLite Forensics.


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Andrea Lazzarotto has a post on extracting data from damaged NTFS drives.Sarah Edwards shares her research on the Aggregate Dictionary database on iOS.

SANS published Xiaoxi Fan’s whitepaper on detecting system clock modifications on Windows.

Doug White delivers a demonstration about incident response and forensic reporting.

Jonathon Poling lists a range of important points to consider when dealing with engagement scoping.

Lee Whitfield announced he will be accepting 4cast Awards nominations until the 31st March.

Michael Leclair explains what he looks for when deciding whether to attend a conference or not.

Susteen has released a version of their new Cloud Analyzer free to all law enforcement agencies.

Arsenal Consulting released a free version of Hibernation Recon.

Ryan Benson released Hindsight version 2.

Eric Zimmerman updated ShellBags Explorer to version 0.9.0.0

Cellebrite updated their UFED products to version 6.1.

Belkasoft Evidence Center was updated to version 8.3.

X-Ways Forensics was updated to version 19.1 SR-6.

Phill Moore is the curator of This Week In 4n6, a blog which puts together a summary of relevant industry news in digital forensics and incident response.

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