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Useful Forensic Tools and Resources
Another handy list of links, this time for forensic analysis. The tools
in this list are all free. Although only one is listed here, there are
many live Linux CD distributions available, but you should beware the
problem of file system writes that can occur when using them - read the
link about live CD issues before you consider taking an image without
a physical write blocker.
Collecting Electronic Evidence After a System Compromise:
HB171-2003 Guidelines for the management of IT evidence (not free)
The home of The Sleuth Kit and Autopsy. TSK is the successor to
The Coroner's Toolkit and Autopsy is a GUI interface for TSK:
The Volatility Foundation, a source of memory forensic tools:
SANS Investigative Forensic Toolkit (SIFT):
Android (mobile) forensics:
DEFT Zero is a mini Linux distribution designed for data acquisition:
ELK Forensics - forensic configuration files for ElasticSearch, Logstash and Kibana:
GRR Rapid Response is an incident response framework focused on remote live forensics:
nightHawk Response is a custom built application for asynchronous forensic data presentation on an Elasticsearch backend:
Scalable File-Centric Malware Analysis and Intrusion Detection System
PsTools is a suite of command line process utilities for Windows:
Sysinternals Suite is the collection of Windows troubleshooting utilities:
Tcpdump is the standard in network packet capture:
Argus is a network data mining tool:
Openlv is a graphical tool for mounting raw disc images as VMWare virtual machines:
dd, the Unix data copying and conversion tool:
The forensics Wiki:
Issues with using live CDs for forensic analysis: