The Forensic Lunch!
This week we had:
Cindy Murphy, @CindyMurph
Matt Linton, @0xMatt
Ryan Pittman no @ to be had
talking about how music and forensics goes together and the impact of listening to music on solving technical issues.
Also Matt and I talked about Enfuse as well as stupid shell item tricks.
Paul Shomo comes on to talk about Guidance Software's new Forensic Artifact Research Program where you can get $5,000 USD just for research you are already doing! Find out more here: https://bugcrowd.com/guidancesoftware?preview=114da7695ff86ae70ec01aaf2c6878b0&utm_campaign=9617-Forensic_artifact-20170426&utm_medium=Email&utm_source=Eloqua
Phil Hagen introduced the new SANS Network Forensics poster to be released later this month
Matt Bromiley is talking about the Ken Johnson Scholarship setup by SANS and KPMG you can learn more and apply here https://digital-forensics.sans.org/blog/2017/03/03/ken-johnson-dfir-scholarship
Phil, Matt, Lee and I talked about the DFIR Summit
Lee Whitfield and I talked about the 4Cast Awards, Voting is open here: https://forensic4cast.com/forensic-4cast-awards/
This week have:
Ashley Hernandez from Guidance Software talking about Enfuse
Nicole Ibrahim from G-C Partners talking about event tracing logs in Windows
Lee Whitfield summing up the news of the week
This episode we catch up with Lee on the news and talk about current issues in DFIR.
This episode we talk vault 7 leaks with Lee Whitfield, what it means for DFIR and other news as well as DFIR database usage discussions and development updates with Matthew and I.
Michael Louis joins us to talk about how lawyers select and vet experts. Also talks about Toastmasters and how they teach good presentation skills and analogy creation through their program.
Matt Bromiley is here to announce BBQ Con!
Ryan Benson is here to talk about updates to Hindsight, what he's been up to and his other tool SQUID.
David Dym came on to talk about FAT32 removable storage and the things OSX does to it.
Lee Whitfield comes on to talk about the Forensic 4Cast awards which are now taking nominations.
Jonathan Poling came on to talk about his new blog and his work at Secureworks
Friend of the show Eric Zimmerman is back to talk about updates to his tools and research
Davida and I talk about whats new in our research, tools and packages
Michael Gough talking with us about his tool LOG-MD and his work.
We also go into SRUM again showing new data we can correlate within it.
This episodes is all about Hibernation files and Mark Spencer's company Arsenal Consulting research into it that led to the creation of a new tool called Hibernation Recon.