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How To Use Magnet AXIOM In Mac USB Investigations

Hey everyone, Trey Amick from Magnet Forensics here. Today we’re talking about Mac USB investigations, and what happens when we’ve been alerted that a USB has been inserted into an end point. Different organisations handle USB policies differently. Some have alerting mechanisms in place for when USBs are detected, while others may encrypt the drive … Continue reading

Categorization of embedded system forensic collection methodologies

There are many classifications as far as forensic data collection is concerned, but much of it is still a de facto and Wild West when it comes to naming convention. This is especially true in the embedded system area. When I refer to embedded systems, I think of specialized devices, sometimes in a larger system … Continue reading

Unusual devices

First published June 2010 by Sean McLinden In 2007, New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine made the news twice for a single event. The first time was the report of a car accident on the Garden State Parkway in which he was seriously injured. The second time was a report, which appeared a few days later, … Continue reading

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