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Best Digital Forensic Survival podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Digital Forensic Survival podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
Updated May 2020
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A forensic, fast-paced and sometimes irreverent take on the news that you won't find elsewhere. Using a unique ten-screen studio, we'll break down the news through analysing the data, the facts, the videos and the digital noise.
This week I interview Steve Whalen of SUMURI about Apple metadata.
You may have noticed that whenever China is criticised, their diplomats, who used to be a quiet, subtle bunch, now pop up immediately on the counter-attack.Especially Zhao Lijian, who claimed, erroneously, that the virus may have come from America. Another diplomat, in Venezuela, tweeted people should “shut up and wear a mask” And they’ve threatene…
This week I talk about a triage methodology for examining suspicious user accounts.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE ABOUT WUHAN LAB LEAK: https://youtu.be/NCIC97pwsGQMilton Leitenberg has decades of experience when it comes to biosafety and biosecurity and he outlines the evidence for the Wuhan lab leak theory for Nexus.
Did this whole coronavirus disaster begin in a Chinese laboratory? President Trump and his secretary of state Mike Pompeo, believe it probably did.So today we’re focussing on the top-security lab in Wuhan at the centre of those accusations. What kind of work goes on there? We know they study bats - but why? Also, how safe are these kinds of laborat…
This week I talk about mobile device operating system and file system security, focusing specifically on applications.
Is it time to end the lockdown? Many of us would prefer to stay at home rather than risk getting the coronavirus - but there are plenty of people arguing we should go back to work and back to normal. Two doctors in California say they have the data to prove the lockdown’s been a total waste of time and does ‘more harm than good’ A video of them pre…
This week I interview MSAB instructor Chris Currier about mobile forensics for new examiners.
It's a national scandal that around one third of all daily Covid-19 deaths in Britain are now in care homes. That’s a massively high death rate compared to the rest of the population and it’s not just the UK, it’s a similar picture in many other European countries. Is this high death rate just because care residents are elderly and vulnerable? Or i…
This week I talk about persistence, malware analysis and identifying system owners.
President Trump is blaming the World Health Organisation for this crisis. He believes the WHO failed to protect us from the spread of the virus, largely because it was afraid to offend the Chinese government. But the W.H.O’s director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has batted away that criticism, warning the world not to politicise COVID-19. So …
This week I talk about SOF-ELK to take your timelines to a new level
This week I talk about CFF Explorer.
As we watch the number of cases and deaths from coronavirus rise, we want to make sure that you are prepared. And whether you’re in a so-called vulnerable group or not, there are some things you need to know; for example how bad do your symptoms have to get before you call an ambulance? Is it more dangerous to go into hospital than to stay at home?…
This week I talk with MSAB about DHASH, learn what it is and its use in DFIR investigations
Like millions around the world the Nexus team is still living and working in lockdown. It can be lonely, it can be tedious, but we have to remember it is still the best way to beat Covid-19 and that for some people - including millions of migrant workers in India - life is hanging by a thread. We’ll find out how the world's biggest lockdown is goin…
This week I cover triaging CMSTP for remote execution
The top priority during this coronavirus outbreak is to save lives - then for many it’s to save their businesses so we’re focussing on the self-employed men and women struggling to adapt. We spoke to “America’s best boss” Dan Price, economist Vicky Pryce and a couple of small business owners who have been hit hard by the crisis.…
This week I explain why you need CyberChef in your toolbox
This week I talk DFIR triage for Microsoft Trusted Dev Utilities
This week I review resources aimed at teaching you Python
This week I interview Steve Whalen from SUMURI about the current Mac Forensic landscape
This week I talk about Pivot Tables and their value for DFIR investigations
This week I talk about common autorun locations to check during Mac exams
This week I talk about a fast triage methodology to detect persistence on Windows systems
This week I talk about tools available on the SIFT workstation... that you may not know or even there!
This week I talk breakdown certutil exploitation; what it is and methods to detect malicious usage