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Windows Forensics and Incident Recovery by Harlan Carvey

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Collecting Data Using FSP

The client components of the FSP make it extremely easy to collect data from a “victim” system. However, this ease of functionality is in part due to the preparation and configuration of the client components by the investigator prior to deployment. The FSP is written in an interpreted language such as Perl in order to make it relatively easy for the administrator to modify it to suit her particular needs. The client components to the FSP, with the exception of the First Responder Utility (FRU), are intended to be flexible and easy to use. Ease of use and automation (i.e., restricting the amount of interface with the application that is required of the first responder) are the key aspects of the FRU.

Launching the Forensic ...

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