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Re: Open IR/Forensics Position in Downtown Chicago Hi, I am interested in applying for the IR / Forensic position.  Can you provide me details on the job description and such. Thanks, Lakshmi N On Wednesday,

lakshmi narayanan rajamani
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Open IR/Forensics Position in Downtown Chicago Open IR/Forensics Position in Downtown Chicago: Still looking for an experienced IR and forensics person for a large enterprise near Millennium Park. This

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Fwd: Job Opportunity: Binary Intelligence - Digital Forensic Examine All: We have an opportunity for a digital forensic examiner/trainer. Our cases include some traditional computer forensic work but the majority of our

Jim Swauger
Mar 2
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SWGDE Draft Documents for Public Review and Comment The Scientific Working Group on Digital Evidence (SWGDE) is pleased to announce the posting of the following four new draft documents for public review and

Baker, Dave
Mar 2
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More hibernation issues Now that we've come to the realization that few, if any, tools are capable of decompressing Win 8 hiberfils consistently, my next question is, are we helpless

Weg, Jimmy
Feb 21
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Re: usbdeviceforensics v0.0.1 (python) Thanks Edgar, yes any manual validation that people can do would be great, that will help ensure that it is reliable Mark On 18 February 2015 at 23:50, 'Edgar

Mark Woan
Feb 18
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Re: usbdeviceforensics v0.0.1 (python) Got it.. slight user error. I like that it detected 3 versions of a user's NTUSER.dat in the folder. Will have to do some manual validation but so far

Edgar Z.
Feb 18
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Re: usbdeviceforensics v0.0.1 (python) ... After reading this, I felt I missed something when I stated setupapi.log files were not parsed... I've just checked your code again and last time, I was

Frédéric Baguelin
Feb 18
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Re: usbdeviceforensics v0.0.1 (python) You just point the -r (or --registry) parameter at a folder containing the registry hives (and setapi*.log) and it works out what it needs to. Below is the

Mark Woan
Feb 17
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Re: usbdeviceforensics v0.0.1 (python) Mark, Can you provide a sample of the command line argument? not sure how to run this thing. I have a folder with the hives/log files. can I just point it at

Edgar Z.
Feb 17
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Re: Call for papers - Special Issue of Journal of Digital Investigat Hi, Dave, Please let me know when this issue is ready.   I've been looking at hadoop ecosystem tools for quite a while, but I haven't found much that's useful

Derek Edwards
Feb 16
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Windows 8.1 Events - NTFS Operational - Volume Data Hi all, someone may have seen this before, but I noticed it recently and thought I would try to start a blog with it. Anyway, the Win 8.1 Event log is

Kev365
Feb 16
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Re: usbdeviceforensics v0.0.1 (python) ... Mark, Up to me, regarding the registry it's complete Nevertheless as mentionned in the Readme, there's the setupapi.log and setupapi.dev.log which is,

Frédéric Baguelin
Feb 16
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Re: usbdeviceforensics v0.0.1 (python) Frédéric, "almost complete"? Is there some areas of the registry data you would like adding? Thanks Mark On 16 February 2015 at 13:43, Frédéric Baguelin

Mark Woan
Feb 16
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Re: usbdeviceforensics v0.0.1 (python) Mark, Nice piece of code and almost complete! Thanks for sharing! ... -- Frédéric Baguelin frederic.baguelin@... ArxSys SAS, Directeur technique

Frédéric Baguelin
Feb 16
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