Might be of interest to some of you....
----- Original Message ----- =
From: "Barry Grundy" <grundy_b at yahoo.com>
To: <linux_forensics at yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2004 5:21 PM
Subject: [linux_forensics] Law Enforcement and Forensic Examiners Intro to =
Linux - New Version
> Greeting all,
> I'd like to announce the availability of the new
> version of the "The Law Enforcement and Forensic
> Examiners Introduction to Linux, a Beginner's Guide"
>ftp://ftp.hq.nasa.gov/pub/ig/ccd/linuxintro/ (for all
> the files, including the guide)
>http://www.ohiohtcia.org/resource.html (just the
> guide, available there soon)
> Currently released as 2.0.5, this guide replaces the
> 1.8.1 version currently available at
> www.ohiohtcia.org. The guide has grown from ~50 pages
> to 108 pages and has several more practical exercise
> files available at the NASA FTP site. The old
> material is updated, and there is alot of new material
> mostly in new exercises. Most of the new material was
> included as a result of suggestions for more
> detail/hands-on over the years.
> - dd exercises
> - splitting files on the fly (from the old guide)
> - finding and carving a JPEG out of raw data (just
> for fun)
> - carving partitions out of a bitstream image
> - Command line data organization
> - parsing info from logs using piped commands
> - A tutorial on Sleuthkit/Autopsy for beginners using
> a dd image.
> - and more
> Remember that this is a beginner's guide. I strongly
> suspect that many members on this list will be well
> beyond the level of info in the guide. Still, I hope
> some find it useful. Really, it's for the forensic
> types that install linux for the first time and wonder
> "what now?". Hopefully this gives 'em something to
> Anyway, enjoy. Everyone has permission to distribute
> or post links to the document (per the legalities on
> page 3), as long as it stays intact.
> Special thanks to those who provided useful feedback
> on the DRAFT, especially Brian Carrier and Farmerdude.
> Comments, suggestions, flames are all welcome.
> Barry J. Grundy
> NASA OIG CCD
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