Tag Archives: Champforensics

Wearable Forensics Update

Forensic Analysis of Wearable Technology If you haven’t already read the Wearables Team’s first blog, read it here. The team is researching the capabilities and evidence left from wearable technology, in particular four devices: the Samsung Galaxy Watch, the Fitbit Versa, the Garmin Fenix 5, and the Apple Watch Series 4. Datagen When the team […]

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Elcomsoft Tool Evaluation Blog 2

First evaluations! Our Elcomsoft Tool Evaluation team started out the next sprint by setting off to evaluate the tools relating to phones, computers, and office products. To catch up on the beginning of our process, read our first blog post here. The new tools we evaluated included Advanced Office Password Recovery, Advanced WordPerfect Office Password […]

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Tool Evaluation Team – Autopsy Blog 3

Tool Evaluation Team – Autopsy Blog #3 Madi Brumbelow & Lyall Rogers Testing Autopsy For the last 3 months we’ve researched all about Autopsy: how to use it, comparing it to other tools, and mastering the art of forensic image analysis with our tool. Now, the results are in, results that you can see in […]

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Automated Network Scanning % Success Over Error

Network Scanning Wrap Up Now That We’re Done Welcome to the final installment of the Automated Network Scanning % team’s official blog. Our project is now over. The final tweaks are being made to our script, our scans are all shut down, and our team is beginning to finish their internship hours. A lot has […]

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FTK Tool Evaluation Update 2

Current Progress After receiving our team-generated test data, we plugged our test scenario into Forensic ToolKit. It was intriguing to see what Forensic ToolKit would catch from our generated data.   Data took a long time to load into FTK, but once it was in the system we could start evaluating processing speed and user […]

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Application Analysis

Introduction: The Application Analysis team is a group of technical interns at the Leahy Center for Digital Investigation. The LCDI offers  great opportunities for students to gain knowledge and skills in digital forensics and cybersecurity. This project is how four intern students have gone about testing some consumer mobile tracking & monitoring software. Experience: The […]

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LCDI Intern Blog Series: Meet Madi!

Interning at the LCDI: Madi’s Journey About one year ago, I found myself setting foot on Champlain College grounds after a tiring fifteen hour drive from Charlotte, North Carolina. My dad miraculously agreed to visit this random college that I found on the internet with me. I discovered Champlain has an actual Digital Forensics major, […]

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Tool Evaluation: Autopsy Blog

Introduction For this intern project, we have chosen to research and analyze the digital forensics tool Autopsy. This tool is open source and the graphical interface for a set of command line tools called the Sleuth Kit. We chose Autopsy because neither of us were familiar with the tool, and we both wanted to learn […]

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Python & Nmap

Automated Network Scanner! Team   Network Scanning Overview So far, the Automated Network Scanning Team ! has learned about Python and Nmap. We are planning to use Python to create an automated network scanner and report generator with Nmap. To do this, we had to learn how to install various Python packages, such as libnmap, […]

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FTK Tool Evaluation Update

Introduction In our tool eval team, we are researching and evaluating AccessData’s Forensic Toolkit. This program advertises itself as an all encompassing tool for extracting, analyzing, and compiling digital evidence into a readable format that is acceptable for use in a court of law. Our primary goal as first year college intern students is get […]

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