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'''Hacking BootCamp:  Exploits and Live Incident Investigation''' [http://www.wetstonetech.com/cgi-bin/shop.cgi?view,21]
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== How are they more valuable than mount -o ro? ==
  
 
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To add value, wouldn't a write-blocker need to be infallible, then *proven* to be infallible? (That is, proven to be as such, within the margin demonstrated by proving compliance with RTCA/DO-178B using Criticality Level 1). [[User:John Crout|johnc]] 17:49, 28 December 2011 (PST)
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WetStone has engineered a three-day interactive lab environment that allows each student to experience real investigative  scenarios in a cyber safe environment. WetStone’s multi-pronged approach to this bootcamp allows each student to utilize the latest tools and technologies used by today’s criminals, and to practice the requisite live approach to investigation. This learning environment is the most effective approach to acquiring deep knowledge regarding both the latest threats and to  practice in live investigation techniques and methodologies.
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'''Classroom Environment'''
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WetStone has created a unique virtualized cyber-safe environment where investigator and IT professionals can use and experiment with some of the best ... 
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▫ Botnet      
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▫ Rootkit      
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▫ Wireless Cracking      
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▫ Live Triage             
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▫ Memory Analysis      
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▫ Live Triage             
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▫ Memory Analysis
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▫ Log Analysis
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▫ Process Port Linkage
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Our trainers take you inside the minds of today’s criminals and students completeing the class will be able to execute a full investigation in the respective discipline. Participants proficiency in the above skills will be tested with certification exams.
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'''Contact Information:'''
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1-877-WETSTONE ext. 2
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www.wetstonetech.com [https://www.wetstonetech.com/index.html]
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Revision as of 20:49, 28 December 2011

How are they more valuable than mount -o ro?

To add value, wouldn't a write-blocker need to be infallible, then *proven* to be infallible? (That is, proven to be as such, within the margin demonstrated by proving compliance with RTCA/DO-178B using Criticality Level 1). johnc 17:49, 28 December 2011 (PST)