qIf your job requires investigating compromised Windows hosts, you must read Windows Forensic Analysis.q -Richard Bejtlich, Coauthor of Real Digital Forensics and Amazon.com Top 500 Book Reviewer qThe Registry Analysis chapter alone is worth the price of the book.q -Troy Larson, Senior Forensic Investigator of Microsoft's IT Security Group qI also found that the entire book could have been written on just registry forensics. However, in order to create broad appeal, the registry section was probably shortened. You can tell Harlan has a lot more to tell.q -Rob Lee, Instructor and Fellow at the SANS Technology Institute, coauthor of Know Your Enemy: Learning About Security Threats, 2E Author Harlan Carvey has brought his best-selling book up-to-date to give you: the responder, examiner, or analyst the must-have tool kit for your job. Windows is the largest operating system on desktops and servers worldwide, which mean more intrusions, malware infections, and cybercrime happen on these systems. Windows Forensic Analysis DVD Toolkit, 2E covers both live and post-mortem response collection and analysis methodologies, addressing material that is applicable to law enforcement, the federal government, students, and consultants. The book is also accessible to system administrators, who are often the frontline when an incident occurs, but due to staffing and budget constraints do not have the necessary knowledge to respond effectively. The bookas companion material, now available online, contains significant new and updated materials (movies, spreadsheet, code, etc.) not available any place else, because they are created and maintained by the author. Best-Selling Windows Digital Forensic book completely updated in this 2nd Edition Learn how to Analyze Data During Live and Post-Mortem Investigations DVD Includes Custom Tools, Updated Code, Movies, and Spreadsheets!Vista. Recycle. Bin. Yet another aspect of the Windows operating system that changed with the advent of Vista is the underlying architecture of how the Recycle Bin is implemented. ... Bin directory. Where Vista continues to handle deleted files differently is that a deleted file is renamed to a$Ra, followed by a ... We discussed the Registry files maintained in Windows XP System Restore Points in Chapter 4.
|Title||:||Windows Forensic Analysis DVD Toolkit|
|Publisher||:||Syngress - 2009-06-01|