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Digital Forensics & Cyber Security Blog

Digital Forensics & Cyber Security Blog

Amazon Sidewalk-enabled devices are connecting everyone to you!

Yes folks, it is true. Amazon is going to provide you with a range of experiences from helping find pets or valuables, to smart security and lighting, to diagnostics for appliances and tools. Amazon Sidewalk is a shared network that helps devices like Amazon Echo devices, Ring Security Cams, outdoor [...]

Advanced Windows Forensic Field Kit – Desktop Triage

Desktop Triage is an on-site collection tool of over 35+ key Windows artifacts in just a few minutes, including security, application, and other related event logs. For registry category, we have all the essential ones (Prefetch, Shellbags, RecentFile, UserAssist, etc.) Acquire critical files and pack them to a zip as [...]

How Much Data Is Created Every Day in 2021?

Ever wondered how much data is created every day? - Every day, 310 billion emails are sent - In 2020, people created 1.7 MB of data every second - In 2020, users sent around 500,000 Tweets per day - In 2021, 68% of Instagram users view photos from brands - [...]

SANS SIFT Update Spring 2021

The SIFT Workstation contains well over 200 forensics, incident response, and pentesting tools pre-installed. Many fan favorites like Volatility, Plaso/log2timeline, and RegRipper have been updated to the latest versions. Tools like ddrescue and testdisk have long been useful when dealing with damaged drives or partitions. Malware analysis tools like pdf-parser, [...]

SmartPhone Triage Forensic Tool

SmartPhone Triage is an innovative solution combining digital forensics and blockchain to collect mobile and cloud data. The tool has been focusing vigorously on the law enforcement agencies and corporate security departments as a whole. Case Management Choose between Automatic, Batch Automatic, Single, Semi-Automatic, File import, scheduled screenshot, screen recording [...]

Rusolut Visual NAND Reconstructor 4.2 is now available to Registered Users

eMMC-NAND RECONSTRUCTOR is a solution for data extraction and recovery from eMMC chips through NAND interface. It is ultimate and revolutionary technology that is mainly designed for law enforcement (mobile forensics and other areas). It provides the deepest level of data recovery from areas of eMMC chips that have never [...]

Future of IoT: 6 trends and predictions to watch

Although challenges with IoT security and data privacy persist, IoT will continue to grow, propelled by targeted business goals and AI for data analytics. 1. IoT projects will be driven by business goals, not technology 2. IoT architectural groundwork will create more use cases 3. Interoperability issues will eventually winnow [...]

Top 12 most commonly used IoT protocols and standards

There were 11.7 billion IoT connections in 2020 versus 10 billion non-IoT connections -- e.g., smartphones and computers -- according to market research firm IoT Analytics. And researchers there estimated the number of IoT connections will swell to 30.9 billion by 2025. By Mary K. Pratt

Sarcos Robotics is making Iron Man suits for the Government

Imagine a futuristic robotic suit—something out of an Iron Man movie—that uses technology and years of research to combine the intelligence, instinct, and judgment of humans with the strength, endurance, and precision of machines… Twenty years in the making, Sarcos Robotics is a Salt Lake City outpost that’s currently leading [...]

Microsoft makes Universal Print generally available

Microsoft wants Universal Print to replace on-premises print servers. The cloud service provides printer management and eliminates the use of printer drivers. Universal Print, released in preview last year, simplifies printer management. Workers no longer need drivers on their PCs to print documents in the office or at home. IT [...]

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