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Date: November 2014

2014/11/29

Cool News Story Bro! Week of 11-28-2014

by Otakun
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Hey guys, I hope all of you are having a fantastic holiday so far. All of us at MalWerewolf wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. With that in mind, the news doesn’t take a holiday so let’s get on with this week’s!  A Nightmare on Malware Street: CoinVault ransomware in the wild Our first story of[…]

2014/11/24

MACtime Forensics

:MACtime Forensics: Timestamps are a critical part of forensics. It takes a skilled forensicator to examine all pertinent data available to them in order to find key evidence and provide an accurate timeline of events. The timestamps we will be discussing are the MACB timestamps. M – Modified Time A – Accessed Time C –[…]

2014/11/22

Cool News Story Bro! Week of 11-21-2014

by Otakun
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Hey Guys! Another news week round up is upon us, so let us delay no further! Operation CloudyOmega: Ichitaro zero-day and ongoing cyberespionage campaign targeting Japan Our first story of the day, courtesy of Symantec, looks at the new espionage campaign targeting Japan. The attack takes advantage of a vulnerability (CVE-2014-7247) in the Ichitaro software[…]

2014/11/15

Cool News Story Bro! Week of 11-14-2014

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Hey Guys, Sorry for the lack of news posts for the past few weeks. I just got back from a vacation to Japan, and my Internet situation in my hotel did not allow me to keep these posts going (massive amounts of beer didn’t help either). However, I am back now and we will get[…]

2014/11/10

PLASO – Google and Timelines

by Destruct_Icon
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PLASO – When Google Met Timelines Many moons ago (ok, not that many moons ago) log2timeline was the go to source for easily building a timeline from a forensics image. Log2timeline is an amazing application that builds out a timeline perspective of an image using any timestamps it can identify. This is done through a[…]


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