Training Digital Forensics with Open Source Tools

Training Digital Forensics with Open Source Tools

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Digital Forensics with Open Source Tools by Frédéric Baguelin

Course Description

This training deals with performing digital forensics with open source tools on Windows and Linux. It starts with an introduction to digital forensics concepts and methodologies. After theory, let's practice by performing hard drives and volatile memory acquisition. Then, we will dive in common file-system structures and their interesting meta-data. Every steps will rely on several open source tools from acquisition to analysis. Finally we will see how to develop our own Python scripts by using DFF's API.



Course Contents



Students should have a Linux background and Python scripting knowlegde

Trainer Biography

Frédéric Baguelin is core developer of the Open Source project Digital Forensics Framework ( Directly after finishing his studies in computer science he decided with three smart dudes to create ArxSys. His everyday life consists of reading hexa, writing Python and C++ and developing trainings around forensics and open source tools. He is convinced that free and Open Source software culture is a chance to make rapid innovation and contribute to spread knowledge for future generations. He is also always available to troll while drinking good beers.

Mon. 22 - Tue. 23 September 2014 (09:00 - 17:00)


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