When I initially started this blog I set a modest goal of making one post a month with the understanding that sometimes life will happen and take priority. Well, life is happening for me this month: an imminent house move, an upcoming presentation at DFRWS USA, the GCFE, and several cases at work have kept … Continue reading Me(n)tal Health in DFIR – It’s Kind of a Big Deal
In continuing the series of created Android images, I'd like to announce an Android Pie (9.0) image is now available for download. Unfortunately, I had to retire the LG Nexus 5X (it topped out at Oreo), so this time I used a Google Pixel 3. The image contains user-populated data within the stock Android … Continue reading Android Pie (9.0) Image Is Available. Come Get A Piece!
Now available for download is an Android Oreo (8.x) image, which was created using a LG Nexus 5X and a stock Android image. This image contains user populated data within the stock Android apps, along with user populated data within 25 non-stock apps. As with the Android Nougat image, this one also includes robust documentation, … Continue reading Grab Your Glass of Milk! Android Oreo Image Now Available (8.x)
Welcome. After reading other digital forensic blogs over the past couple of years I decided to start my own. I have gained a lot by reading research done by others, so I thought it would only be right to give back to the digital forensic community. I work in the private sector, so I will … Continue reading printf (“hello, world\n”)