Tue, 16 November 2010
Last show for two weeks. I'm traveling to Bangkok and Singapore. See you in 2 weeks. Send me Email.
Sun, 7 November 2010
This week we have interview with Kristinn Gudjonsson, developer of Log2TimeLine. Kristinn gives us an update on what is on the road ahead for Log2TimeLine. In Listener Email Joe from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College wrote in to say that blanking the password or even cracking the password is possible without the LiveView LE version. Luby Wrote in to tell how much he enjoyed SANS 508 and learning about SuperTimelines. Luby also explains how open wireless access points can eliminate the threat of Firesheep. We also give Luby a “special ringtone” for his wife’s phone. In News we talk about an iPhone bug and an vulnerability to PayPal’s app that could cost you money. In Legal News, 2 cases send criminals to jail. Tech Topics cover Windows LNK files and the Web Site of the Week is a Qwiki
Sun, 31 October 2010
This week on CyberSpeak we have listener email, an interview with Raphael Bousquet, CTO and Co-Founder of ADF Solutions , Web site of the week is a real productivity app called Rescuetime. P.S. Sorry for the slight audio problem, I accidentally turned up my gain knob on my mixer. George did his usual magic to fix it. One, last thing, Rob lee and SANS provided a 50% discount code for LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ONLY, good on any SANS training class. Listen to the show for the code....and no, they do verify so ONLY Local LE can use it.
Sun, 24 October 2010
This week on CyberSpeak, I discuss the leak of another 400,000 classified military documents by Wikileaks. I also discuss listener email where we have comments about Mount Image Pro's Virtual Forensic Computer (VCF) and what it does that FTK Imager and Live View do not do. This weeks interview is with Sean Morrisey, the Managing Director of Katana Forensics, maker of the iPhone Forensic Software called Katana. Also discuss Katana's new Hammerhead program to monitor blackberry phones. Also, this week I briefly discuss the forensic implications of the new Mac Book Airs. I also talk about Eddie Sheehy's article on DFI News web site titled 5 Ways to Increase Efficiency of Digital Forensics . I also give out a 50% discount code to SANS training classes. My web pick of the week is Team Viewer. This is a web site that will help you control computers across the network when you are helping friends or giving presentations.
Sun, 17 October 2010
Hey Gang, we are back. Thank you for your patience. Bret and I have both been traveling so much and been so busy but we are back and it feels good. Now, fire up those email clients and send us emails about what you want to hear about, who you want interviewed and what technology you want to know more about. We live off YOUR emails so what are you waiting for.
This week, I discuss Access Data's two new products. Web sites of the week include www.pipl.com and www.peekyou.com. Check them out if you are looking for info on someone.
Sun, 23 May 2010
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This week on CyberSpeak we interview Sam Guttman, President of the Digital Forensics Certification Board, an international vendor neutral computer forensic certification authority. We also discuss listener email, cell phone spyware, upcoming SANS Forensic Summit, SANS Fire in Baltimore and a listener taught SANS CISSP course. Don'f forget to user your CyberSpeak DISCOUNT CODE of "COINS-OC" for 10% off any SANS course.
We also start a dialog on the future of expectation of privacy in this world of social networking where everyone is telling everyone where they are, what they are doing, etc. Is this going to change privacy laws. Also, what are YOU doing about identifying "Cloud" evidence during an investigation. Web sites of the week: YourOpenBook.org and TweetCalories.com
Mon, 19 April 2010
In this weeks show we have an interview with NICK FERNEAU, developer of Skypx, a free utility that recovers Skype artifacts from RAM images, a discussion about the possibility of a surgical imaging rather than whole disk imaging, British spies have reportedly discovered FEMALE suicide bombers are being fitted with exploding breast implants and Reintoxication. Web Sites of the week have an email tracking theme with www.readnotify.com; www.bigstring.com; www.spypig.com and www.spokeo.com
Sun, 4 April 2010
- Thanks to all for the great feedback on the Internet Predator Tracker interview. Also, Timothy, who clearly does not know us because he started his email "Hello GENTLEMEN". Just kidding, keep the emails coming.
News and Commentary
Aaron sent us an interesting link to an article from the Times Argus discussing forensics and the backlog.
Bret and I discuss a really interesting ruling from the Canadian courts on computer forensics. This is a long read but some very interesting reading. Check it out here.
Today we have an interview with Kristtinn G who works for a company called Skigner in ICELAND and in Kristinn in collaboration with Rob Lee, or friend from SANS and former OSI colleague created a wonderful new tool called Log2Timeline. You don't want to miss that interview because if you are not using Log2Timeline you are missing the boat in forensic analysis of Windows based systems.
Well, look above about the Canadian Court Ruling on computer forensics. We think that is enough legal today.
Website of the Week
Ovie recommends taking a look at the new Microsoft MESH (https://www.mesh.com) to help sync all your files across all operating systems AND
Bret recommends this website to test your browser performance.
Mon, 22 March 2010
Ovie's SANS Forensic 408 class is coming up in Nashville, TN on May 3-7. If you're staying at the Marriott be sure you use the CyberSpeak Discount, COINS-OC.
- Luke sent us a photo showing him listening to the podcast from his Blackberry while on the beach in Miami
- Aaron, thanks for the email alerting us about the webpage
- Sorry we broke your CyberSpeak mood in the last show!
- Paul wrote us to say that while drinking his Shamrock Shake, Ovie scared the crap out of him when he screamed
- Bobby wrote in to tell us about his new Pro-Lite 2 from Amazon. Let us know how it works out Bobby!
News and Commentary
Snowball the Cat Helps Solve Murder Mystery
A murder suspect was caught based on cat fur picked up while at the victims house.
A Ex-Employee in Texas Remotely Disables Customer Cars
A man fired from a Texas auto dealership used an Internet service to remotely disable cars and set off car horns of more than 100 vehicles.
Today we have an interview with Joe Seanor, a former Senior AOL Investigator. Joe has developed the Internet Predator Tracker software. Joe spent 10 years with the CIA and also 7 years with AOL in investigative roles. Now he has developed a number of pieces of software to aid investigators in keeping notes on Internet investigations.
U.S. v. McAteer, 2010 WL 551412 (D.N.J.)
After obtaining consent, two FBI agents searched a suspect computer for child pornography. After a "preview scan" failed to turn up any evidence, the suspect gave consent for a manual search. During trial the defendant moved to suppress CP discovered during the manual search on the grounds that it exceeded the consent. The court, however, disagreed and found the defendant's consent not so limited.
Website of the Week
Thu, 4 March 2010
- Bret talks about his new toys
- Ovie flees the country, again
News and Commentary
New Britain Youth Bureau Gets Conviction
After a two year long investigation, two individuals have been sentenced to jail time for child molestation.
Via Forensics Released Android Forensics Application
Via Forensics has released a beta version of its open source Android Forensics application.
This week we speak with Christa Miller about the need for law enforcement and digital forensics specialists to manage their online resumes. With so many different social networking sites, it's important that they all appear consistent in voice and purpose.
FreeBSD Tips on SANS Forensic Blog
Hal Pomeranz has a great post on the SANS forensic blog detailing tips for how to conduct a forensics investigation against a FreeBSD system.
FireFox Internet History Analysis
A new FireFox Internet history analysis program, dubbed FoxAnalysis, has been released. This software purports to gather all kinds of interesting goodies from FireFox history files.
Website of the Week
http://grc.com/passwords.htm - Randomly generated passwords (Thanks Ralph)
Read It Later - Keep a list of web pages your want to read from your computer or iPhone
InstaPaper - Allow you to read a webpage later from your computer, Kindle or iPhone
Gazelle - Get cash for your old gadgets
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