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How To Image From A Network Repository Using Logicube’s Forensic Falcon-NEO

Welcome to Logicube’s tutorial on the Falcon-NEO Forensic Imager. The Falcon-NEO allows you to image directly to or from a network repository using SMB or CIFS protocol, and to image from a network location using iSCSI. Two 10GbE ports provide extremely fast network imaging performance. In this episode, we’ll show you how to image from … Continue reading

How to Create an Open Source Network Forensics Appliance

By Ondrej Krehel Chief information security officer at Identity Theft 911 okrehel@IDT911.com IntroductionEncryption and anti-forensics attacker techniques are commonly encountered in incident response investigations, while the power of network forensics intelligence is often overlooked by busy IT and legal departments. Compromised networks only occasionally capture network incident data sets for further analysis, but when they … Continue reading

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