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2018-06-16

How to acquire a LinkedIn account for forensics

LinkedIn is a social network for finding and establishing business contacts. More than 500 million users are registered with LinkedIn. You can make a copy of the member account data using the commercial tools. For example, Oxygen Forensics. There is also a way to do this manually. This method will be described in this article.

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2017-01-28

Forensic Lunch 1/27/17

David Cowen shares new video “Forensic Lunch 1/27/17”.

 

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2017-01-28

One skill for a DFIR practitioner

“If you are new to this area and found that you have not seen before (which will be every day for your career) to stop, think, and understand it, before asking for help. You will learn faster, you will learn better, you will become a better analyst for him. And your boss will be pleased with your efforts to learn on their own, before giving up and ask for help.”

 

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2017-01-06

How to use recursive SQL queries to parse the “MicrosoftRegistrationDB.reg” files

Yogesh Khatri shared his article “Flexing SQL muscle for parsing an MS db on OSX”.

 

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