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Joeri Jungschlager | Incident Response and Advanced Forensics | Module 5 - Forensics of Incident Response

By: Joeri Jungschlager | Related Course: Incident Response and Advanced Forensics | Published: February 2, 2018 | Modified: March 31, 2018
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What authority do I need?

what is the OS

state of hardware

who uses the computer?

basic-tool kid

Notepadget bit locker run as admin

~ manage-bde.exe -status

~ get the status write down. 

~ manage-bde.exe -protectors -get (with volume letter)

NotepadSteps - forensics

1. Secure the scene

2. Investigate every machine you expect involved

3. Can I legally seize it?

4. First responder should leave the machine until told otherwise.

5. turn a computer to seize off according to procidure

6. If you reasonably believe the computer is destroying the evidence then cut the power.

7. take pictures and video if needed. And take pictures of location.

8. special legal consideration, such as doctors, pschyiaters, newspapers, publisher. 

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