Category Archives: Forensics
Are you sharing or producing photos, images, music, videos, programs, documents or anything else and you are concerned on how to proof that your work is yours? First of all, you need to be able to show that you really … Continue reading
In an earlier blog, a GUI tool called WinMD5 was recommended for maintaining integrity of your files. However, hash calculation based on SHA-512 is more security nowadays. For example, if you need to proof to others, that you possessed a … Continue reading
Katana is a collection of security tools on USB stick. Katana is a portable multi-boot security suite which brings together many of today’s best security distributions and portable applications to run off a single Flash Drive. There are 2 ways … Continue reading
WinTaylor is a collection of tools for analyzing or troubleshoothing a PC. WinTaylor itself is a GUI launchboard for several other tools. Positive: No installation needed, just execute from USB In overall, good collection (nirsoft, sysinternals etc.) Source code available … Continue reading
TestDisk is an free (open source) console based tool for recoving data. TestDisk includes another tool PhotoRec, which better for recovering photos from memory cards. (It is safer to recover files since it access USB drive as readonly.) It is … Continue reading
HxD is a free tool which can be used for investigating not only files but also disks and memory. It supports big files and comes with additional features, like file wiping, checksum and file comparison. For a portable simple hex … Continue reading
wxHexEditor is simple hex viewer/editor for binary files and hard & usb drives. Positive: Open source Portable Supports big files See another blog for other hex editors with more functionality.