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PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2011 7:05 pm    Post subject: Hello to all & LiveCDs For Testing Reply with quote

Good Day to all,

Have stumbled across this wondreous place so thought I would check in and say hey to all. Hoping to learn a lot, and in time perhaps offer some input of my own.

For now I have a simple query. I am fully aware of the LiveCDs available for security testing, De-ICE and Hackademia being a couple of popular ones. Is there anything similar for the forensics world? I have found lots of information of LiveCDs that are useful for doing the work, but what about practicing?

I only ask because while I am a fully capable of setting up practice VMs and creating the scenarios, the bonus of the LiveCDs such as De-ICE is that you are setting off into the unknown and have to work through the case, not test the environment you created with vulnerabilities.

Thanks in anticipation

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 4:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I will recycle my answer from a previous post: there are several live distros including SIFT, DEFT, CAINE, FIRE and of course the ever popular Sleuth Kit.

FWIW SIFT and Sleuth Kit seem to have the most active forums/mailing lists.
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