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'''Multihashing''' is the process of using two or more [[hashing]] algorithms together. The exact origin of the idea is unknown, but the first documented use of multihashing was the [[National Software Reference Library]]. The process is now used in a wide variety of tools, including [[Hash (Maresware)|hash]] by Mares, [[fsum]], [[hashdeep]], and [[fciv]].
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{{Infobox_Software |
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  name = TAPEWORM |
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  maintainer = [[Douglas Koster]] |
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  os = [[Linux]] |
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  genre = {{Analysis}} |
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  license = unknown |
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  website = [http://feedthetapeworm.com/ feedthetapeworm.com/] |
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}}
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From the [http://feedthetapeworm.com/ project site]:
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TAPEWORM (TASC Pre-processing Exploaitation & Workflow Management system) is a 64 bit Xubuntu based Virtual Machine designed to automate a number of open source tools.
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TAPEWORM uses a custom GUI as well as underlying python scripts to automate the following open source tools:
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* [[log2timeline]]
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* bulk_extractor
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* regripper
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* exiftool
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* volatility
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* Anti-Virus Scanning
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* Find Files of Interest
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== Tools ==
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== History ==
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== External Links ==
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* [http://feedthetapeworm.com/ Project site]

Revision as of 05:41, 17 September 2012

TAPEWORM
Maintainer: Douglas Koster
OS: Linux
Genre: Analysis
License: unknown
Website: feedthetapeworm.com/

From the project site:

TAPEWORM (TASC Pre-processing Exploaitation & Workflow Management system) is a 64 bit Xubuntu based Virtual Machine designed to automate a number of open source tools.

TAPEWORM uses a custom GUI as well as underlying python scripts to automate the following open source tools:

  • log2timeline
  • bulk_extractor
  • regripper
  • exiftool
  • volatility
  • Anti-Virus Scanning
  • Find Files of Interest

Tools

History

External Links