Category Archives: Accomplishments

fitbit application analysis

Application Analysis Update 2: Fitbit, LastPass, Steam, and Trello

Introduction The App Analysis team has continued to analyze the artifacts left behind on the machines. We have completed our review of Steam. Also, we analyzed Trello in addition to the original three apps. We are almost done with the other apps as well. While we haven’t found major data breaches, some of the apps […]

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network automation

Network Automation Update 2

Introduction The Network Automation script has evolved and flourished with each new idea. The scanner has some awesome new features, too! Through this blog post, we plan on elaborating on the process. We’ll also highlight some cool features and services that our Pis have. Changes to the Network Automation Scanner Over the past few weeks, […]

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LCDI Presentations – Spring 2016 Projects

the first ever lcdi presentations The LCDI received a warm response to their first ever project summary presentation event on Monday April 18, 2016, where the lab’s research teams gathered at Champlain College’s Alumni Auditorium and shared their experiences over the course of the 2016 spring semester to an open audience. With final project deadlines […]

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Windows 10 Final Report Release

The final report is here! The Windows 10 Final Report is finally ready to be released. This project was a continuation from the Windows 10 project done earlier last year. In the Fall 2015 semester, the LCDI team did further exploration into tasks that remained unfinished at the conclusion of the previous part of the project. […]

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Mac Forensics Report OS X El Capitan

Mac Forensics Report Official Release

mac forensics report is complete In the Mac Forensics report, the team at the LCDI looked at operating systems for Macs and tried to determine what artifacts can be collected and where their default locations can be found. Then they compared the two main operating systems: OS X and El Capitan. background information Last year […]

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January Student in the Spotlight

The Student in the Spotlight for January was senior Kyle Tellers! Read his interview below. Intro about you: I am a junior Computer and Digital Forensics Major specializing in Information Assurance. I live in Incirlik AFB, Turkey. I picked Champlain College because of their excellent Digital Forensics program. Projects you have worked on at LCDI […]

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US Ignite Comes to Champlain

Burlington, Vermont has been chosen as one of only a handful of municipalities to be a US Ignite city (BTV Ignite). While it is a great honor, a lot of people are wondering what it all means for Burlington. And most importantly for us at Champlain: what does it mean for our school? And what does […]

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2013 SC Magazine US Awards Finalists

Blog17The Senator Patrick Leahy Center for Digital Investigation (LCDI) is pleased to announce that the Computer and Digital Forensic Programs at Champlain College have been named as a finalist in SC’s Magazine, SC Professional Awards.  SC Awards are given to honor professionals, companies, and products that help fend off security threats confronted in today’s corporate world. Continue reading

LCDI Accomplishments

Blog5LCDI was tasked with coming up with an Exhibit Backup System to be used by the Vermont Internet Crimes against Children Task Force of Burlington, VT. Student intern Kyle Heath took lead on this project and after weeks of research proposed a storage solution to the command at VTICAC. Once the proposal was accepted Kyle organized the purchase and installation of his solution. LCDI continues to be on call for any issues that VTICAC may have.

LCDI was assigned to implement and develop training modules for a digital exhibit evidence management system from the company Tracker Products. LCDI student intern Jason Hall took the base system from Tracker Products and customized it to VTICAC’s specifications. LCDI continues to assist VTICAC in customizing the interface and help with training. Continue reading