Mon, 23 November 2009
Show Notes Here Soon..
Sat, 14 November 2009
Welcome to CyberSpeak, your computer forensics, computer security, and computer crime podcast. I am Ovie Carroll, and I am Bret Padres, today is November 14st 2009, and we have a great show for you today. We have a short show for you this week. Ovie's on vacation but we are trying not to miss another week so we thought we would bring you a shorter show rather than missing a week.
That's right, as we speak I am touring around in the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee. me the wife and the dog
Jim - What affect do you see the buzz word "Cloud Computing" having on computer forensics.
Identify Social Networking, chat clients (twitter and others) web based email, file storage space, etc
identify and issue preservation order
The Texas Department of Public Safety plans to reduce its "unacceptable" backlog of computer examinations that are crucial in child pornography investigations, agency Director Steven C. McCraw announced Wednesday. Currently, 45 examinations are pending at the crime lab, and about half of those involve possible child pornography, according to DPS.
Each examination takes 30 days to several months, depending on the caseâs complexity.
The agency has not set goals on how quickly it hopes to complete examinations because each is different, said Tom Vinger, a DPS spokesman.
Some agencies are actually outsourcing some of their forensic work which i think can be a good thing.
File Saving saving process.
See Documentation at the following links:
Documentation of Creating File 1
Documentation of Creating File 2
See Chart of File Creation
Watch the movie of how I did it.
Sun, 8 November 2009
Today on Cyberspeak we have an interview with Matt Shannon from f-Response about the new, soon to be released Tactical edition of f-Response. Ovieâs on Google Wave - but no one else is. Listeners email, Windows 7 sold over 200% more in first week of sales than Vista. Sofoâs lab says you still need to run anti-virus on Windows 7. Microsoft, in the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report released yesterday, stated that "The infection rate of Windows Vista SP1 was 61.9 percent less than that of Windows XP SP3." Firefox 3.6 Beta (for Mac Win & Lin) is out for those who like living on the edge and for those forensic examiners that like testing new versions to identify . Forensic Evidence Secures Death Penalty-Gang Members use Social Networking Too. IC3 reports increase in compromise of user's online banking credentials target commercial bank accounts
The Personal Data Privacy and Security Act was approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee by a vote of 15-5 The bill would required notifications of not just individuals affected by a data breach, but also, in some cases, credit reporting agencies and the U.S. Secret Service (not FBI). It would establish a new Office of Federal Identity Protection within the FTC. Let's get ready to Rumble earns 400 million in IP revenue.
Web Sites of the Week:
Sun, 1 November 2009
Today Ovie and Bret talk about SANS What Works in Incident Detection, SSD Drives, Data Breach Notification Laws, Rob Lee in Computer World, Tips for the Courtroom, Interview of Joseph Mykytyn from Sky Catcher Solutions, and Linux Boot Disk Forensics Research. Web Sites of the Week: http://www.zdziarski.com/projects/amberalert/ http://ceevee.com/ http://www.bing-vs-google.com/