Sun, 18 April 2010
In this weeks show we have an interview with NICK FERNEAU, developer of Skypx, a free utility that recovers Skype artifacts from RAM images, a discussion about the possibility of a surgical imaging rather than whole disk imaging, British spies have reportedly discovered FEMALE suicide bombers are being fitted with exploding breast implants and Reintoxication. Web Sites of the week have an email tracking theme with www.readnotify.com; www.bigstring.com; www.spypig.com and www.spokeo.com
Sun, 4 April 2010
- Thanks to all for the great feedback on the Internet Predator Tracker interview. Also, Timothy, who clearly does not know us because he started his email "Hello GENTLEMEN". Just kidding, keep the emails coming.
News and Commentary
Aaron sent us an interesting link to an article from the Times Argus discussing forensics and the backlog.
Bret and I discuss a really interesting ruling from the Canadian courts on computer forensics. This is a long read but some very interesting reading. Check it out here.
Today we have an interview with Kristtinn G who works for a company called Skigner in ICELAND and in Kristinn in collaboration with Rob Lee, or friend from SANS and former OSI colleague created a wonderful new tool called Log2Timeline. You don't want to miss that interview because if you are not using Log2Timeline you are missing the boat in forensic analysis of Windows based systems.
Well, look above about the Canadian Court Ruling on computer forensics. We think that is enough legal today.
Website of the Week
Ovie recommends taking a look at the new Microsoft MESH (https://www.mesh.com) to help sync all your files across all operating systems AND
Bret recommends this website to test your browser performance.