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Re: images for computer forensics?
From: Pablo Sanz Mercado <pablo.sanz () uam es>
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007 10:03:14 +0100

El Lunes, 26 de Febrero de 2007 17:30, Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers escribió:
Hi list, was wondering if anyone knows of any online resources I can
visit that has got real life case studies of cybercrime and actually
has got the disk image of the server that was hacked? or even a disk
image of a system that was used to compromise a server? Went over to
honeynet.org and they do have an image of a purposely hacked redhat
6.2 but I will prefer a resource that will have actual disk images
from a crime scene.



        Each year UNAM university (Mexico) and CSIC (Spain) celebrate an event in 
forensics analisys.

        You can find in this page a "windows exercise", the images and the winners 
reviews. Also you can find the "old links" to the previous events where you 
can find linux forensics exercises.

Pablo Sanz Mercado
Centro de Computación Científica
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

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