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DFSP # 245 - Fetch and Execute
This week I talk about the use of RUNDLL32 to exploit information files (.INF) to "fetch and execute" malware.
DFSP # 244 - Registry Persistence Part 3
This week is part 3 of examining the Windows Registry for evidence of persistence and the focus is on Windows Registry Modification Event Records.
DFSP # 243 - Stomping the Clock
This week I talk about detecting time stomping on Windows and Linux systems.
DFSP # 242 - Registry Persistence Part 2
This week I talk about examining the Windows Registry for evidence of persistence.
DFSP # 241 - Forensic Hardware
This week I interview JASON ROSLEWICZ of SUMURI about the hardware that drives your forensics system.
DFSP # 240 - MDM
This week is part 3 of the Mobile Attack series.
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This podcast is an amazing resource for anyone looking to better understand digital forensics. The narrator is a skilled instructor and a concise speaker—the message is on-point, the expertise is evident, and the delivery is absolutely second-to-none. A must for any information security professional.
Great podcast, not for higher level cyber security
This is a great podcast. Well put together, knowledgeable, easy to understand and good sound quality.
If you are a higher level cyber security analyst, this is not for you.
Great for beginners!
Awesome podcast for people starting out in digital forensics!