O'Reilly - Operating System Forensic Analysis (2017 EN)

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    Company: O'Reilly
    Author: Ric Messier
    Full Title: Operating System Forensic Analysis
    Year: 2017
    Language: English
    Genre: Educational: Operating Systems
    Skill Level: -
    Price: -
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    Files: MP4
    Time: 01:38:40
    Video: AVC, 1280 x 720 (1.778) at 29.970 fps, 990 kbps
    Audio: AAC at 125 Kbps, 2 channels, 48.0 KHz



    Files, email messages, and social media posts all contain valuable information for digital forensic investigators when searching for evidence of a crime or intrusions into a computer system or network, but there’s also a wealth of information to be gleaned from a computer’s operating system. This includes user data, configuration settings, and a significant trail of user activities. Today, there are a number of tools available to extract and analyze this information.

    In this course designed for entry- to intermediate-level law enforcement and corporate investigators, you’ll learn how to use readily available, open source tools to find valuable information in the Windows Registry. You’ll also see how to create and use logs with Windows Event Log and Linux Syslog, which you then can examine for traces of suspicious or unauthorized activity. Finally, you’ll look at the techniques employed by investigators to handle and process all of this important information to assist you in your forensic tasks.



    Lessons:
    Introduction
    01. Welcome to the Course
    02. About the Author
    Windows Analysis
    03. Windows Registry
    04. Registry Hives
    05. Using regshot
    06. Using regripper to extract information
    07. Reading regripper output
    08. SysInternals Tools
    09. Network Connections with TCPView
    10. Process Information with ProcExp
    11. Windows Event Viewer
    12. Windows Event Logs
    13. Windows Auditing
    14. Home Directories
    15. User Specific Settings
    16. Process Listings
    17. Identifying Permissions
    Linux Analysis
    18. Linux Configuration
    19. Linux Logging
    20. Auditing
    21. Home Directories
    22. Pseudo Filesystems (/dev, /proc)
    23. The /proc filesystem
    24. Process Listings
    25. Identifying Permissions
    Conclusion
    26. Wrap Up


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