Mailing lists

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There are a number of mailing lists of interest to Digital Forensics Practitioners. Below is a listing of some more well known lists. It is not all-inclusive.

  • American Academy of Forensic Science, Digital and Multimedia Sciences Section - Subscription requires moderator approval, and archives only available to list members. The archive is only available to list members. This list supports the Digital and Multimedia Sciences section in the AAFS. Subscribe by sending an email to listserv@lists.mitre.org with message body containing SUBSCRIBE AAFS-DIGITAL-MULTIMEDIA-LIST.
  • Apple Forensics (appleforensics@lists.apple.com) - Subscription requires moderator approval, and archives only available to list members.
  • Computer Forensics Investigators Digest (CFID) - Subscription requires moderator approval, and archives only available to list members. Subscribers must meet the following criteria: Be a full-time member of either law enforcement or corporate security tasked with the investigations of high-technology crime and/or computer forensics; Not have ever worked for the defense in a criminal case (ethical defense work excepted on a case by case basis); Not be a primary vendor of forensic products (exceptions to this are personnel who retire and then offer their utility suites commercially). For subscription information, send request to jnj AT infobin.org
  • Computer Forensics Tool Testing (cftt@yahoogroups.com) - Subscription requires moderator approval, and archives only available to list members.
  • Digital Forensic Science Mailing List (dfsci@dfrws.org) - The archive is only available to list members.
  • Forensic Audio (ForensicAudio@yahoogroups.com) - Subscription requires moderator approval, and archives only available to list members.
  • Forensic Video Analysis (fva-list@lists.umanitoba.ca) - Subscription requires moderator approval, and archives only available to list members. List membership open to Government employees (including but not limited to Law Enforcement) whose current duties include the FVA of video/audio. Private sector companies who regularly provide FVA services to a Government Agency may apply to become members. Private sector application must include an email of reference from an officer of executive rank at the agency to which they provides services. These references must be sent from a Government e-mail domain.
  • Hashkeeper List (hashkeeper@yahoogroups.com) - Subscription requires moderator approval, and archives only available to list members. (VERY low volume)
  • High Technology Crime Consortium Mailing List - The HTCC mailing list is for members only. Archives only available to list members.
  • High Technology Crime Investigation Association Mailing List - The HTCIA mailing list is for members only. Archives only available to list members.
  • InfoSec News Mailing List Medium traffic list that caters to the distribution of information security news articles.
  • MacIntosh OS: Forensics (macos_forensics@yahoogroups.com) - The archive is only available to list members.
  • SecurityFocus: Forensics (forensics@securityfocus.com)
  • SecurityFocus: LogAnalysis (loganalysis@securityfocus.com)
  • SecurityFocus: Honeypots (honeypots@securityfocus.com)
  • SecurityFocus: Phishing and Botnets (phishing@securityfocus.com)
  • SecurityFocus: Real Cases (realcases@securityfocus.com)
  • SecurityFocus: Binary Analysis (binaryanalysis@securityfocus.com)
  • SecurityFocus: Incidents (incidents@securityfocus.com)
  • TCT users (No longer available) - Are there any public archives of this list?
  • Windows Forensics (win4n6@yahoogroups.com) - The archive is only available to list members.