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Re: Internet Explorer History
From: fd lists <subscribe () crazytrain com>
Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2006 10:15:15 -0400

On Mon, 2006-07-17 at 10:23 +0000, Max Ashton wrote:
But whatever you do, don't ever examine a live environment. 

I perform live analysis and data collection on most systems I work on,
and so I wouldn't recommend not doing so.  Case specific, certainly.

But if you're not doing live analysis and data collection you *are*
missing data, data that may be evidence.  Further, within two years you
*will* be doing live analysis.  

Know what you're doing by learning and practicing before you do it,
document what you do, and be able to articulate your actions.



PS, my THE FARMER'S BOOT CD has a point and click program that may be
used to parse web history for both history and cookie information, for
IE, Opera, and Mozilla browsers.

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