forensic

DXC yet to finish forensics on ATO's faulty SAN

DXC yet to finish forensics on ATO's faulty SAN

Agency took longer than expected to extricate components.
Jan 15 2018 6:40AM
Review: TeleSign Verify & PhoneID Standard

Review: TeleSign Verify & PhoneID Standard

The concept of using a mobile phone as an authentication device is not new.
Sep 7 2012 12:39PM
Red faces as Cofee spills onto the net

Red faces as Cofee spills onto the net

Copies of Microsoft's forensic tool surface.
Nov 10 2009 5:45AM
Review: Technology Pathways ProDiscover Incident Response

Review: Technology Pathways ProDiscover Incident Response

ProDiscover Forensic 4.9 is a solution that is best used to analyse an entire system. It includes utilities for viewing the registry, event log and internet activity from a captured image.
May 21 2008 11:21AM
Review: Forensic Toolkit v2.0

Review: Forensic Toolkit v2.0

Forensic Toolkit (FTK) is one of the most full-featured sets of products. It includes a forensic imager utility, a registry viewer facility and the Distributed Network Attack, which aids password recovery with the password recovery toolkit.
May 19 2008 3:01PM
Review: WetStone Technologies LiveDiscover Forensic Edition

Review: WetStone Technologies LiveDiscover Forensic Edition

WetStone's LiveDiscover is an interesting proposition. It is designed as a first step in locating target systems in large networks.
May 12 2008 11:12AM
Forensic tools 2007

Forensic tools 2007

Corporate needs driven by regulatory necessity and incident management are beginning to call the shots in the forensic arena, reports Peter Stephenson.
Sep 26 2007 4:39PM
Review: Forensic Tool Kit v 1.70

Review: Forensic Tool Kit v 1.70

AccessData is one of the venerable developers of computer forensic software. The company’s biggest strength is that it is — and has been since its inception — the go-to supplier of password recovery tools.
May 8 2007 7:54AM
Review: LiveWire Investigator v. 3.1.1C

Review: LiveWire Investigator v. 3.1.1C

Live forensics is an emerging field and, although there are a lot of good reasons to use it, there still are caveats.
May 3 2007 4:15PM
Review: EnCase Forensic v. 6

Review: EnCase Forensic v. 6

Of the straight (i.e., not over-the-network) computer forensic tools we examined, EnCase has made the most noticeable changes since last year.
Apr 18 2007 4:08PM
Review: LR1000 v. 3.5

Review: LR1000 v. 3.5

This is one of those "almost there" products that will, we are certain, give competitors a run for their money fairly soon. The LR1000 is a log analysis appliance and has a lot to recommend it.
Apr 18 2007 12:00AM
Review: P2 Enterprise Shuttle

Review: P2 Enterprise Shuttle

Beam me up, Scotty, there’s a new over-the-network forensics tool in the lab. The Paraben P2 Enterprise Shuttle is a tool that accesses computers remotely over the network and allows the user to perform a suite of forensic tests.
Apr 18 2007 12:00AM
Review: ProDiscover IR v 4.9

Review: ProDiscover IR v 4.9

ProDiscover IR is an over-the-network computer forensics tool. It connects to any computer that has the ProDiscover agent and performs a suite of forensic tests that can be scripted using ProScript, a variant of Perl.
Apr 18 2007 12:00AM
Review: Device Seizure v. 1.1

Review: Device Seizure v. 1.1

Device seizure is a neat little product that lets you seize and perform forensic analysis on mobile phones, PDAs and other mobile devices.
Apr 17 2007 3:04PM
Forensic tools 2006

Forensic tools 2006

Managing security incidents is essentially a problem of forensics. Peter Stephenson tests three broad groups of products that will enable organisations of all sizes to respond effectively to network attacks
Jul 11 2006 12:00AM
Review: Coroner's Toolkit

Review: Coroner's Toolkit

The Coroner’s Toolkit, or TCT is an open-source set of forensic tools for performing post-mortem analysis on Unix systems. Written by Dan Farmer and Wietse Venema, both very well known in security circles for such programs as SATAN, TCT is not an easy product to use. A serious knowledge of Unix is a prerequisite for success, but if you can manage it, this is an extremely powerful set of tools.
Jul 11 2006 12:00AM
Review: EnCase Forensic

Review: EnCase Forensic

This new version of EnCase shows its pedigree as the oldest of the GUI-based IT forensic tools. We found it very simple to operate and use.
Jul 11 2006 12:00AM
Review: Forensic ToolKit

Review: Forensic ToolKit

The Forensic ToolKit (FTK) is very powerful and comes loaded with features, although it is naturally difficult to make such a powerful tool completely simple to use. The program interface can overwhelm at first glance, with all its different features and options, but after reading the documentation and getting to know the program, it becomes much more intuitive.
Jul 11 2006 12:00AM
Review: i2 Analyst's Notebook

Review: i2 Analyst's Notebook

This is a very different type of analysis tool from those infosec professionals are used to. Link analysis, a crucial aspect of incident response, is usually done manually or by trying to use log correlators. This is a true link analyser with a long pedigree in analysing complex crimes and security incidents.
Jul 11 2006 12:00AM
Review: LogLogic LX 2000

Review: LogLogic LX 2000

LogLogic’s LX 2000 is an excellent log analysis tool. It is powerful, can be distributed, and is a mature and useful product. But it is not for the faint-hearted. While its user interface is excellent, it has many hidden capabilities that require some time to understand.
Jul 11 2006 12:00AM

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