Introduction to Evimetry: the Controller
This course is our first in a series introducing Evimetry for forensic data acquisitions. We start with the Evimetry Windows Controller interface and perform a basic full linear (bit-for-bit) acquisition directly from the Controller.
The course introduces Evimetry “blessed” data storage drives and the difference between block-hash and traditional linear hashing for forensic images. It’s time to step up your forensic acquisition game with Evimetry. Come Run With Us.
- Have an internet-connected computer
- An “evidence drive”
- A storage drive (USB3 External)
- A hardware write-block if you are planning on doing real evidence collection
- Before any forensic acquisition you must document the evidence
- See my Cybrary course: “Evidence Handling: Do it the Right Way”
- You can get a full featured evaluation copy of Evimetry at https://my.evimetry.com/enquiry/eval
- Understand Advanced Acquisition & Live Analysis with the AFF4: https://my.evimetry.com/assets/docs/Advanced%20A&A%20AFF4-PUBLIC.pdf
By the end of this course, students should be able to:
- Understand the basic layout of the Evimetry Windows Controller
- Differentiate Evidence drives vs. “Blessed” drives
- Understand how to perform a full linear, forensic acquisition with Evimetry
- Recognize the different options for performing allocated only, allocated and remainder, non-linear partial or live disk access
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Complete this entire course to earn a Introduction to Evimetry: the Controller Certificate of Completion
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