Tag Archives: Script

Automated Network Scanner! The Final Blog

Testing Our Script Automated Network Scanning ! team has successfully completed their project by capping off the testing phase. The testing phase was divided into four phases. As we had configured our script to execute on boot, we would start each cycle by rebooting the Raspberry Pi. To implement this, we enabled auto-login on boot […]

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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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Network Scanning + Update 2

Introduction As November comes to a close, we are nearing the end of our project. With the script complete, all we have left to do is finish up a final report and a few more scans. Due to some yet to be solved bug in our code, the script fails when run from the physical […]

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Closer Look at Log2Timeline

Log2Timeline is an open source tool developed by Kristinn Gudjonsson focused on creating timelines with the purpose of digital forensic examination. With its ability to perform cross platform, it has become increasingly popular and bundled with open source forensic tools. The forensic distributions SIFT and TAPEWORM come with log2timeline preinstalled and set as primary tools on their systems. SIFT has a branched version of Log2Timeline that automates the creation of a supertimeline in the command line, while TAPEWORM uses log2timeline but places a custom graphic interface that simplifies the command for the end user. In addition to Linux distributions, Log2timeline also runs on Microsoft Windows via the command line. Continue reading