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== Realistic Cases ==
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One of the most difficult things for new investigators is finding sample cases to work on.
  
e-evidence info:
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* The http://digitalcorpora.org/ website has more than 5 terabytes of realistic computer forensics data, including disk images, memory dumps, and packet captures. Also available are instructor's packets and answer keys.
* [http://www.e-evidence.info/projects.html Ongoing Forensic Projects]
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* The [http://honeynet.org/ HoneyNet Project] has several [http://honeynet.org/misc/chall.html forensics challenges] online. These include the "Scan of Month", "The Reverse Challenge," and "The Forensic Challenge." The last one asked entrants to examine a complete RedHat Linux system for information. All of these challenges include complete solutions.
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== See Also ==
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* [[NSF DUE-0919593]]

Latest revision as of 19:10, 26 May 2013

Realistic Cases

One of the most difficult things for new investigators is finding sample cases to work on.

  • The http://digitalcorpora.org/ website has more than 5 terabytes of realistic computer forensics data, including disk images, memory dumps, and packet captures. Also available are instructor's packets and answer keys.
  • The HoneyNet Project has several forensics challenges online. These include the "Scan of Month", "The Reverse Challenge," and "The Forensic Challenge." The last one asked entrants to examine a complete RedHat Linux system for information. All of these challenges include complete solutions.

See Also