Disk Analysis with Autopsy | HackerSploit Blue Team Training
Continuing our Blue Team Training series, HackerSploit will cover using the tool Autopsy® for disk analysis. Autopsy is a digital forensics platform and graphical interface to The Sleuth Kit® and other digital forensics tools. It is used by law enforcement, military, and corporate examiners to investigate what happened on a computer.
The full Blue Team Training series is available here.
0:32 What We Will Be Covering
1:32 Introduction to Disk Forensics
3:56 Introduction to Autopsy
6:04 Learning Resources
6:30 Practical Demo
7:00 Where to Download Autopsy
8:34 Obtain FTK Imager
9:00 Get Started with FTK Imager
12:30 How to use CFReDS
15:10 Creating a New Case in Autopsy
22:00 Overview of Data Sources
26:00 Overview of Views
35:19 Overview of Data Artifacts
40:52 Analysis Result in Autopsy
42:34 Overview of OS Accounts
43:20 Overview of Tags in Autopsy
43:48 Exporting Files or Information in Autopsy
44:50 Managing the Timeline in Autopsy
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