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Security Toolkit for dummies
From: "exzactly" <exzactly () hotmail com>
Date: Wed, 4 Nov 2009 10:27:28 -0800

I am currently working on a (free)toolkit to pass down to Tier 3 and Tier 2 to be used in the event of a breach/infection or suspected breach/infection. In a nutshell I want to give them some tools to use to gain further information about the system and processes and/or malicious tools running on it. This toolkit is designed for a Windows desktop and Server environment. I am looking at building out tools that are fairly easy to use and do not require much training. Currently I have the following tools on it:

(SysInternal tools)
Process Explorer
Process Monitor
Ps Tools
Logon Sessions

Other tools:

Is there anything else folks out there are using to provide their lower level support guys with some tools for informational gathering purposes....the tools have to run offline as systems are removed in the event of a breach or infection...I am not looking for a full blown forensics kit, just something I can train folks unfamiliar with tool fairly quickly...

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