Forensics Virtualization


Ibernato

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Apr 17, 2019
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Hi,
I'm new to the world of forensics. At university I'm taking a course and I'm passionate about this subject.
We have seen the techniques for analyzing the contents of RAM, hard disk and so on.
Now I'd like to do a project on forensic cloud, in particular on virtualization.
Do you have any guide or do you know any tools to analyze the virtualized environment (Vbox for example)
 

azuleonyx

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ahh, you know. forensic cloud is still very new. The biggest problem that I can see is the different technology out there (which includes storage formats). Some technology (such as Vbox and Vmware machines) can be images nearly like any other to start and investigation. Also, in some cases, storage devices can be mounted read only after a direct copy of the machine files. It would be interesting if any one has direct experience for forensic in the cloud.
 

luqman

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May 2, 2019
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i am also new in digital forensics world can anybody help in describing this that which language learning can be helpful in doing any digital forensics moreover is there need to be good in any language or not required for been expert in computer forensics
 

azuleonyx

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@luqman better to start a new thread for your question. However short answer to your question: depends on which part of forensics you want to be an expert in.
 

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