Windows Forensic Analysis DVD Toolkit

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Elsevier, Jun 5, 2007 - Computers - 416 pages

Windows Forensic Analysis DVD Toolkit addresses and discusses in-depth forensic analysis of Windows systems. The book takes the reader to a whole new, undiscovered level of forensic analysis for Windows systems, providing unique information and resources not available anywhere else. This book 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. This book also brings this material to the doorstep of system administrators, who are often the front line troops when an incident occurs, but due to staffing and budgets do not have the necessary knowledge to effectively respond.

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  • Contains information about Windows forensic analysis that is not available anywhere else. Much of the information is a result of the author’s own unique research and work
  • Contains working code/programs, in addition to sample files for the reader to work with, that are not available anywhere else
  • The companion DVD for the book contains significant, unique materials (movies, spreadsheet, code, etc.) not available any place else
 

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Contents

Live Response Data Analysis
63
Windows Memory Analysis
87
Registry Analysis
125
File Analysis
191
Executable File Analysis
261
Rootkits and Rootkit Detection
307
Index
333
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About the author (2007)

Mr. Carvey is a digital forensics and incident response analyst with past experience in vulnerability assessments, as well as some limited pen testing. He conducts research into digital forensic analysis of Window systems, identifying and parsing various digital artifacts from those systems, and has developed several innovative tools and investigative processes specific to the digital forensics analysis field. He is the developer of RegRipper, a widely-used tool for Windows Registry parsing and analysis. Mr. Carvey has developed and taught several courses, including Windows Forensics, Registry, and Timeline Analysis.

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