When I decided to create a blog last year to document my journey as a DFIR newbie and share resources, I made a Twitter account to go along with it. I didn’t know about “Infosec Twitter” or how many DFIR people were on there, but I found out rather quickly. It was like a whole new world had opened up! A few months later, in April of 2020, I was scrolling through my Twitter feed and saw something about a Trace Labs OSINT CTF. I had no idea what Trace Labs was, and really didn’t know much about OSINT but...Continue reading...
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The first new publicly released episode of 2023 is now available. Check out this important video covering a new evidence of execution artifact introduced in Windows 11 22H2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rV8aErDj06A #DFIR #forensics
New blog on @aboutdfir by Fabian Mendoza on identifying the source system of PsExec using USN Journal.
This is truly cool and extremely helpful! Can't wait for more such research.
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