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The '''CUE sheet''' format (.cue) file is often used in combination with .bin or .iso file(s) to define the track and/or session layout of an optical disc.
  name = DEFT v2 Linux |
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  maintainer = [[Stefano Fratepietro]] |
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  os = {{Linux}} |
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  genre = {{Live CD}} |
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  license = {{GPL}}, others |
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  website = [http://www.deftlinux.net/] |
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'''DEFT v2''' is a [[Live CD]] built on top of Kubuntu 7.04 with the best tools for Computer Forensic and incident response.
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== Contents ==
  
== Tools included ==
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The '''CUE sheet''' is a text based format that contains commands which specify the layout.
  
'''Deft v2 computer and network forensic packages list:'''
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== History ==
  
: - [[Sleuthkit]], collection of UNIX-based command line tools that allow you to investigate a computer
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The CUE sheet originates from CDRWIN, but various additions have been made like the CDTEXT and IsoBuster extensions.
: - [[Autopsy]], graphical interface to the command line digital investigation tools in The Sleuth Kit
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: - [[AFF]] lib, advanced forensic format
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: - gpart, tool which tries to guess the primary partition table of a PC-type hard disk
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: - dd rescue, copy data from one file or block device to another
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: - [[foremost]], console program to recover files based on their headers, footers, and internal data structures
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: - hexdump, combined hex and ascii dump of any file
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: - khexedit, a versatile and customizable hex editor
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: - stegdetect, a steganography detection software
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: - outguess, a stegano tool
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: - ophcrack, Windows password recovery
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: - [[wireshark]], network sniffer
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: - ettercap, network sniffer
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: - nessus, vulnerability and security scanner (client)
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: - nessusd, vulnerability and security scanner (server)
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: - [[nmap]], the best network scanner
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: - airsnort, wireless LAN (WLAN) tool which recovers encryption keys
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: - [[kismet]], sniffer and intrusion detection system that work with any wireless card
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: - dmraid, discover software RAID devices
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: - [[testdisk]], tool to recover damaged partitions
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: - qtparted, a Partition Magic clone written in C++ using the Qt toolkit
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: - [[vinetto]], tool to examine Thumbs.db files
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: - trID, tool to identify file types from their binary signatures
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: - [[libpst | readpst]], a tools to read ms-Outlook pst files
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: - john, john the ripper password cracker
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: - clam, antivirus
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'''Deft v2 utility package list:'''
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== See also==
  
: - Linux Kernel 2.6.20
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cue_sheet_%28computing%29 Wikipedia on CUE sheet]
: - KDE 3.5.6
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* [http://code.google.com/p/libsmlibs/downloads/detail?name=CUE%20sheet%20format.pdf CUE sheet format]
: - k3b
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: - krdc
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[[Category:File Formats]]
: - rdesktop
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: - [[VMware]] client
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: - Samba client
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: - OpenSSH client & server
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: - speedcrunch
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Revision as of 14:10, 30 June 2012

The CUE sheet format (.cue) file is often used in combination with .bin or .iso file(s) to define the track and/or session layout of an optical disc.

Contents

The CUE sheet is a text based format that contains commands which specify the layout.

History

The CUE sheet originates from CDRWIN, but various additions have been made like the CDTEXT and IsoBuster extensions.

See also