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Although not strictly for forensic purposes, '''visualization tools''' such as the ones discussed here can be very useful for visualizing large data sets. As forensic practitioners need to process more and more data, it is likely that some of the techniques implemented by these tools will need to be adopted.
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The [[Cyberspeak Podcast|Cyberspeak podcast]] usually features at least one interview per show. The guests on each show are listed below.
  
== Open Source ==
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=== 2005 ===
=== Visualization Toolkits and Libraries ===
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* [http://csbi.sourceforge.net/index.html Graph Interface Library (GINY)] - Java
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* [http://www.gravisto.org/ Gravisto: Graph Visualization Toolkit] - An editor and toolkit for developing graph visualization algorithms.
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* [http://ivtk.sourceforge.net/ InfoViz Toolkit] - Java, originally developed at [[INRA]].
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* [http://jgrapht.sourceforge.net/ JGraphT] - A Java visualization kit designed to be simple and extensible.
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* [http://www.softwaresecretweapons.com/jspwiki/Wiki.jsp?page=LinguineMaps Linguine Maps] - An open-source Java-based system for visualizing software call maps.
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* [http://prefuse.sourceforge.net/ Perfuse] - A Java-based toolkit for building interactive information visualization applications
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* [http://www.gnu.frb.br:8080/rox Rox Graph Theory Framework] - An open-source plug-in framework for graph theory visualization.
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* [http://touchgraph.sourceforge.net/ TouchGraph] - Library for building graph-based interfaces.
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* [http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/~billh/visad.html#intro VisAD] - A Java component library for interactive and collaborative visualization.
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* [http://public.kitware.com/VTK/ The Visualization Toolkit] - C++ multi-platform with interfaces available for Tcl/Tk, Java and Python. Professional support provided by [http://www.kitware.com/ Kitware].
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* [http://zvtm.sourceforge.net/index.html Zoomable Visual Transformation Machine] - Java. Originally started at Xerox Research Europe.
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* [http://processing.org/ Processing.org] - A new language for doing graphics and visualization.
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===Graph Drawing Applications===
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* 18 Dec 2005: [[Nick Harbour]], author of [[Dcfldd|dcfldd]]
* [http://www.graphviz.org/ Graphviz] - Originally developed by the [http://public.research.att.com/areas/visualization/ AT&T Information Visualization Gorup], designed for drawing connected graphs of nodes and edges. Neato is a similar system but does layout based on a spring model. Can produce output as [[PostScript]], [[PNG]], [[GIF]], or as an annotated graph file with the locations of all of the objects — ideal for drawing in a GUI. Runs from the command line on [[Unix]], [[Windows]] and [[Mac]], although there is also a [http://www.pixelglow.com/graphviz/ MacOS GUI version].
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* 31 Dec 2005: [[Jesse Kornblum]], author of [[foremost]] and [[md5deep]]
* [http://graphexploration.cond.org/ Guess: The Graph Exploration System] - Originally developed at HP, this is a large Jython/Java-based system that you can use for building your own applications. Distributed under GPL.
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* [http://sourceforge.net/projects/ivc/ InfoVis Cyberinfrastructure] - Another graph drawing system written in Java.
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* [https://jdigraph.dev.java.net/ Jdigrah] - Java Directed Graphs.
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* [http://bioinformatics.icmb.utexas.edu/lgl/ Large Graph Layout (LGL)] - A bioinformatics system from University of Texas. They really mean Large.
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* [http://www.opendx.org/ OpenDX] - Based on [[IBM]]'s Visualization Data Explorer, runs on [[Unix]]/X11/Motif.
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* [http://jung.sourceforge.net/ Java Universal Network/Graph Framework (JUNG)] - Graphing, [[data mining]], [[social network]] analysis, and other stuff.
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* [http://www.analytictech.com/netdraw.htm NetDraw] - "a free program written by Steve Borgatti for visualizing both 1-mode and 2-mode social network data."
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* [http://web.mit.edu/bshi/Public/nv2d/ NetVis 2D] - Another graph visualization and layout tool written in Java.
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* [http://vlado.fmf.uni-lj.si/pub/networks/pajek/ Pajek] - Windows program for drawing large networks.
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* [http://sourceforge.net/projects/sonia/ Social Network Image Animator (SoNIA)] - Originally developed at Stanford. Written in Java. Makes movies.
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* [http://www.informatik.uni-bremen.de/uDrawGraph/en/uDrawGraph/uDrawGraph.html uDrawGraph]
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* [http://www.wilmascope.org/ WilmaScope] - Real-time animations of dynamic graph structures. Written in Java. Sophisticated force model with strings and attraction.
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* [http://www.caida.org/tools/visualization/walrus/ Walrus] - A 3-d graph network exploration tool. Employs 3D hyperbolic displays and layout based on a user-supplied spanning tree.
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== Geographical Drawing Programs ==
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=== 2006 ===  
  
* [http://openmap.bbn.com/ OpenMap] -- From [[BBN]].
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* 7 Jan 2006: [[Drew Fahey]], author of [[Helix]]
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* 18 Jan 2006: [[Simple Nomad]]
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* 21 Jan 2006: [[Johnny Long]]
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* 28 Jan 2006: [[Kevin Mandia]]
  
== Commercial Tools ==
 
  
* [http://www.aisee.com/ aiSee Graph Layout Software] - Supports 15 layout algorithms, recursive graph nesting, and easy printing. Runs on [[Windows]], [[Linux]], [[Solaris]], [[NetBSD]], and [[MacOS]]. 30-day trial and free registered versions available. Academic pricing available.
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* 4 Feb 2006: [[Brian Carrier]]  
* [http://www.geomantics.com/ Geomantics] - Geographical, Visualization and Graphics software. Runs on [[Windows]].
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* 11 Feb 2006: [[Jesse Kornblum]]
* [http://www.kylebank.com/ Graphis 2D and 3D graphing software] - Runs on [[Windows]]. Free 30-day evaluation copy available.
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* 18 Feb 2006: [[Bruce Potter]] of the Shmoo Group
* [http://www.openviz.com/ OpenViz] and  [http://www.powerviz.com/ PowerViz] - Both from Advanced Visual Systems, super high-end visualization toolkits. $$$$
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* 25 Feb 2006: [[Kris Kendall]] speaks about malware analysis
* [http://www.tomsawyer.com/ Tom Sawyer Software] Analysis, Visualizaiton, and Layout programs. - Heavy support for drawing graphs. Beautiful gallery. ActiveX, Java, C++ and .NET editions.
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* [http://www.netminer.com/ NetMiner] - "One of the most comprehensive and usable software tools for Social Network Analysis in the world." Runs on Winodws, with a Linux version under development. $35 for "Express" student version, $250 for "Professional" student version, $950 for "Normal" "Professional" version.
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* [http://www.analytictech.com/ucinet.htm UCINET] - A comprehensive package for the analysis of social network data as well as other 1-mode and 2-mode data.
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= Other Resources =
 
  
; [http://www.palgrave-journals.com/ivs/index.html Information Visualization Journal]
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* 4 Mar 2006: [[Dave Merkel]]
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* 11 Mar 2006: [[James Wiebe]] of [[Wiebe Tech]]. Also [[Todd Bellows]] of [[LogiCube]] about [[CellDek]]
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* 18 Mar 2006: [[Kris Kendall]]
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* 25 Mar 2006: (No interview)
  
; [http://www-static.cc.gatech.edu/gvu/ii/resources/infovis.html GVU's Information Visualization Resources link farm]
 
  
; [http://www.msi.umn.edu/user_support/scivis/scivis-list.html Scientific Visualization at the Supercomputing Institute]
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* 1 Apr 2006: [[Harlan Carvey]], creator of the [[Forensic Server Project]]
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* 8 Apr 2006: (No interview)
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* 15 Apr 2006: (No interview), but first to mention the [[Main_Page|Forensics Wiki]]!
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* 22 Apr 2006: [[Jaime Florence]] about [[Mercury]], a text indexing product
  
; [http://directory.google.com/Top/Science/Math/Combinatorics/Software/Graph_Drawing/ Google Directory of Graph Drawing Software]
 
  
; [http://rw4.cs.uni-sb.de/~diehl/softvis/seminar/index.php?goto=seminar ACM Symposium on Software Visualization]
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* 6 May 2006: [[Mark Rache]] and [[Dave Merkel]]
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* 13 May 2006: [[Steve Bunting]]
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* 21 May 2006: [[Mike Younger]]
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* 29 May 2006: [[Mike Younger]]
  
; [http://directory.fsf.org/science/visual/ GNU Free Software directory of scientific visualization software]
 
  
; [http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/rt/gd.html Roberto Tamassia's resources on Graph Drawing]
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* 3 Jun 2006: [[Jesse Kornblum]] about [[Windows Memory Analysis]]
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* 10 Jun 2006: (No interview)
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* 17 Jun 2006: [[Mike Younger]]
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* 24 Jun 2006: (No interview)
  
; [http://www.manageability.org/blog/stuff/open-source-graph-network-visualization-in-java/view Open Source Graph Network Visualization in Java]
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* 1 Jul 2006: (No interview)
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* 9 Jul 2006: [[Johnny Long]]
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* 18 Jul 2006: [[Dark Tangent]]
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* 30 Jul 2006: [[Jesse Kornblum]] about [[Ssdeep|ssdeep]] and [[Context Triggered Piecewise Hashing|Fuzzy Hashing]]
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* 10 Aug 2006: [[Brian Contos]] discusses his book ''Insider Threat: Enemy at the Watercooler''
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* 13 Aug 2006: [[Richard Bejtlich]] discusses his book ''Real Digital Forensics''
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* 27 Aug 2006: [[David Farquhar]]
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* 3 Sep 2006: [[Keith Jones]]
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* 10 Sep 2006: (No Interview)
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* 17 Sep 2006: (No Interview)
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* 24 Sep 2006: (No Interview)
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* 1 Oct 2006: [[Brian Kaplan]], author of [[LiveView]]
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* 8 Oct 2006: [[Tom Gallagher]] discusses his book ''Hunting Security Bugs''
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* 15 Oct 2006: (No Interview)
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* 29 Oct 2006: (No Interview)
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* 12 Nov 2006: [[Jesse Kornblum]] discusses his paper ''Exploiting the Rootkit Paradox with Windows Memory Analysis''
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* 19 Nov 2006: [[Kris Kendall]] discusses unpacking binaries when conducting malware analysis
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* 26 Nov 2006: (No Interview)
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* 3 Dec 2006: [[Brian Dykstra]]
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* 10 Dec 2006: [[Mike Younger]]
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* 17 Dec 2006: [[Mike Younger]] and [[Geoff Michelli]]
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=== 2007 ===
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* 7 Jan 2007: [[Jamie Butler]]
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* 17 Jan 2007: [[Chad McMillan]]
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* 28 Jan 2007: [[Jesse Kornblum]]
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* 11 Feb 2007: [[Scott Moulton]]
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* 18 Fen 2007: [[Phil Zimmerman]], creator of [[PGP]] discussing his new [[Zfone]]
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* 25 Feb 2007: [[Mark Menz]] and [[Jeff Moss]]
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* 4 Mar 2007: No show due to technical difficulties
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* 12 Mar 2007: [[Trevor Fairchild]] of Ontario Provincial Police Department discussing [[C4P]] and [[C4M]], both add-ons to [[EnCase]]
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* 18 Mar 2007: [[Tony Hogeveen]] of DeepSpar Date Recovery Systems
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* 25 Mar 2007: Shmoocon broadcast
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* 1 Apr 2007: [[Kevin Smith]] from LTU Technologies about [[Image Seeker]]
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* 15 Apr 2007: [[Jim Christy]] from the [[Defense Cyber Crime Center]]

Revision as of 07:36, 20 April 2007

The Cyberspeak podcast usually features at least one interview per show. The guests on each show are listed below.

2005

2006









  • 3 Sep 2006: Keith Jones
  • 10 Sep 2006: (No Interview)
  • 17 Sep 2006: (No Interview)
  • 24 Sep 2006: (No Interview)


  • 1 Oct 2006: Brian Kaplan, author of LiveView
  • 8 Oct 2006: Tom Gallagher discusses his book Hunting Security Bugs
  • 15 Oct 2006: (No Interview)
  • 29 Oct 2006: (No Interview)


  • 12 Nov 2006: Jesse Kornblum discusses his paper Exploiting the Rootkit Paradox with Windows Memory Analysis
  • 19 Nov 2006: Kris Kendall discusses unpacking binaries when conducting malware analysis
  • 26 Nov 2006: (No Interview)


2007



  • 4 Mar 2007: No show due to technical difficulties
  • 12 Mar 2007: Trevor Fairchild of Ontario Provincial Police Department discussing C4P and C4M, both add-ons to EnCase
  • 18 Mar 2007: Tony Hogeveen of DeepSpar Date Recovery Systems
  • 25 Mar 2007: Shmoocon broadcast