A simple Bash script to check Debian-based Linux machines 🧢
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An advanced memory forensics framework
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What is the appropriate uncompressed kernel ELF to use with dwarf2json? [ 5.19.0-42-generic #43~22.04.1-Ubuntu ], in order to create generate a custom symbols table to conduct linux memory forensics on Ubuntu 22.04?
2 projects | /r/computerforensics | 28 May 2023
Have you made a bash script that improved your life in some way? My examples
19 projects | /r/commandline | 23 Mar 2023
volatility memory analysis ep.8 – linux/mac Q!
1 project | /r/immersivelabs | 15 Mar 2023
Dump file without a extension
1 project | /r/techsupport | 13 Mar 2023
memory dump with FTK Imager
1 project | /r/computerforensics | 2 Dec 2022