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Finding And Interpreting Windows Firewall Rules

by Joakim Kävrestad Determining with whom and in what way a computer has communicated can be important and interesting in several types of examinations. Communications can be an important part of analyzing if and how a computer has been remote controlled or with whom the computer has shared information. It can also be a good … Continue reading

How To Analyze Windows 10 Timeline With Belkasoft Evidence Center

Temporal analysis of events (Timeline) can be beneficial when you want to reconstruct events related to computer incidents, data breaches, or virus attacks taking place on a victim’s computer.  Historically, digital forensic timeline analysis has been broken down into two parts:  ‘Timeline’ to describe changes associated with temporal file metadata in a file system. In … Continue reading

Word Forensic Analysis And Compound File Binary Format

by Arman Gungor Microsoft Word forensic analysis is something digital forensic investigators do quite often for document authentication. Because of the great popularity of Microsoft Office, many important business documents such as contracts and memoranda are created using Word. When things go south, some of these documents become key evidence and subject to forensic authentication. My goal … Continue reading

Bruteforcing Linux Full Disk Encryption (LUKS) With Hashcat

by Patrick Bell This walk-through will show you how to Bruteforce LUK volumes using hashcat, how you can mount a LUK partition, and how we can image it once it’s decrypted. Scenario: You’ve got a Macbook in. MacOS has been removed and Debian 9.0 has been installed. The suspect is using LUKS (Linux Unified Key … Continue reading

BitLocker: What’s New in Windows 10 November Update, And How To Break It

BitLocker is a popular full-disk encryption scheme employed in all versions of Windows (but not in every edition) since Windows Vista. BitLocker is used to protect stationary and removable volumes against outside attacks. Since Windows 8, BitLocker is activated by default on compatible devices if the administrative account logs in with Microsoft Account credentials. BitLocker … Continue reading

Windows 8 Touch Keyboard Forensics

Microsoft released Windows 8 in 2012. With this new version, Microsoft made a fundamental shift in Windows 8 as compare to older versions of Windows. It does not only target netbooks, laptops and traditional computers, instead they decided to use the same technology in Windows 8 tablets. This is why Windows 8 operating system is … Continue reading

Capturing RAM Dumps and Imaging eMMC Storage on Windows Tablets

Oleg Afonin, Danil Nikolaev, Yuri Gubanov © Belkasoft Research 2015 While Windows desktops and laptops are relatively easy to acquire, the same cannot be said about portable Windows devices such as tablets and convertibles (devices with detachable keyboards). Having no FireWire ports and supplied with a limited set of external ports, these devices make attaching … Continue reading

Introduction to Penetration Testing – Part 2 – The Discovery Phase – Passive Reconnaissance

PenTest, like forensics, is almost as much an art as it is a science – you can only be taught so far, technical techniques and tools are all very well, but you really need a mind that can think sideways and approach a task from as many angles as possible. The ex-LE forensicators have this … Continue reading

EnCase file copying and Windows Short File Names

First published May 2010 By Lee Hui Jing, EnCe Edited by Sarah Khadijah Taylor ABSTRACT A couple of months ago, one of my clients, an Investigating Officer from a Law Enforcement Agency, had requested me to extract some of the files from an image copy of a hard disk. The total number of files to … Continue reading

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