Hack Like a Pro: Digital Forensics Using Kali, Part 3 (Creating Cases in Autopsy & Sleuth Kit)

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In continuing my series on digital forensics using Kali, I want to introduce you to two complementary tools, both built right into Kali Linux. These areBrian Carrier‘s tools Autopsy and Sleuth Kit. Carrier is one of the leading authorities on operating system file systems. His book, “File System Forensic Analysis“, is a must-have classic for […]

Hack Like a Pro: Digital Forensics Using Kali, Part 1 (The Tools of a Forensic Investigator)

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Lately, much of the discussion here on Null Byte has revolved around evading detection and not getting caught hacking. Several of you have written me asking for a series on evading detection and forensics, and while I began a series 5 months ago on just that, we have changed hacking platforms from BackTrack to Kali, […]

Hack Like a Pro: Digital Forensics for the Aspiring Hacker, Part 6 (Using IDA Pro)

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Digital forensics and hacking are complementary disciplines. The better you are at digital forensics, the better hacker you are, and the better hacker you are, the better you are digital forensics. Unfortunately, few people in either profession cross these discipline lines. No tool embodies this complementary relationship better than IDA Pro. It is an excellent […]