Just in case anyone still stops by this blog, I wanted to post that nominations are now open for the 2017 Forensic 4:cast Awards. Click HERE to go and nominate your favorites. I think the 4:cast Awards are a very good thing for the DFIR community and encourage you to participate. Thanks to the great Lee Whitfield for continuing to run the awards program every year. Your efforts do not go unappreciated.
Regarding my last post way back in July, I was unable to attend ArchC0n 2016 due to illness. I'm really sorry to have missed it, especially since I learned recently that this was the final ArchC0n. Congratulations and thanks to Paul Jaramillo and crew for what was an excellent conference.
Since my retirement, I haven't been especially active in the world of forensics. I did work one case for the local sheriff's office that involved a Raspberry Pi. That was my first Linux related investigation and it was pretty interesting. When I get some time and my thoughts together, I'll try to post about it as it was fun working something different than a Windows case.
Till the next time, take care and don't forget to head over to the Forensic 4:cast website and nominate your favorites for an award.
Hello Dear Readers. I hav returned to the blogosphere (I hate that term) to remind you of a great security conference coming up. ArchC0n 2016 will be held August 26 at the Hyatt Regency in St. Louis. This will be the third annual ArchC0n and once again it looks like it's going to be a great one. I've attended the previous events and had a great experience with each. I cannot recommend this
As many of you know already, our friend and fellow forensics practitioner, Ken Johnson, was killed last night when the vehicle he was riding in was struck by a drunk driver. To say that those who knew him are saddened by this is an understatement. Ken was a great guy and great at DFIR. When Windows 8 arrived on scene, Ken began studying its file history and other related features. He became an