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* Hi Justin, you added your paper into the [[PSP]] article. Please be aware that by doing that you're licensing it under the [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5] license. If you do not want that, and/or cannot do that (publisher, boss, contract, whatever doesn't allow that), please remove it again. Feel free to publish it somewhere on the web and link to it from here, though. --[[User:Uwe Hermann|Uwe Hermann]] 13:11, 26 April 2006 (EDT)
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The idea of a 1-Page Forensics Report is to have a single page that conveys information about a piece of media, a network capture, or a file.
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==Disk Forensics 1-Page Report==
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Thoughts about what should go on the report:
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* OS Release, Version and Patch Level
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* Kernel Release
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* Language
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* Distribution
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* Last Boot
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* Installation Date
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* Per-user information --- how many users? When was each logged on last
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* IP addresses assigned.
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* DHCP information
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* ISPs that were in use
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* DNS information
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* Where the connections came from

Revision as of 09:09, 18 July 2013

The idea of a 1-Page Forensics Report is to have a single page that conveys information about a piece of media, a network capture, or a file.

Disk Forensics 1-Page Report

Thoughts about what should go on the report:

  • OS Release, Version and Patch Level
  • Kernel Release
  • Language
  • Distribution
  • Last Boot
  • Installation Date
  • Per-user information --- how many users? When was each logged on last
  • IP addresses assigned.
  • DHCP information
  • ISPs that were in use
  • DNS information
  • Where the connections came from