Part I Perl Scripting and Live Response

This Part focuses on the use of Perl when extracting data from a live system, as part of live response. “Live response” is a general term used to describe activities that are performed when information is needed from a system while it is still running. This most often involves collecting volatile data from a system, or data that is only available when the system is powered on and running. Live response activities can include something as simple as an administrator troubleshooting an issue on a system, or collecting process and network connection information from a system prior to ...

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