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Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Dentistry (National Institute of Justice)

National Institute of Justice’s Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Dentistry Page:
https://www.nij.gov/topics/forensics/evidence/anthropology/pages/welcome.aspx

Representative questions that can be answered by this resource:

Everything And Everyone Dies

Guccifer 2.0 CF Files Metadata Analysis

Stephen McIntyre recently noted some interesting characteristics of a 7zip archive that Guccifer 2 published back in October, 2016.  McIntyre refers to the publication of a large collection of documents and data by a persona known as… 83 more words

Forensics

Winston M. Haythe, Esq.

Title: Chief Counsel

Company: National Enforcement Training Institute

Location: Washington DC, United States

Winston M. Haythe, Esq., Chief Counsel at the National Enforcement Training Institute until 2009, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in law.

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Atomic Energy Commission

Digital Forensics: Iron Bars, Cement And Superglue

by James Zjalic

When most people think of digital forensics they think of CSI Miami: hackers in hoodies and Mission Impossible type biometrics. But under the superficial exterior, there is a framework of laws, regulations, best practices, guidelines, and standards surrounding digital forensics which holds the field together. 1,232 more words

Digital Forensics

CSAW Quals 2017: Missed Registration Writeup

Solved by sh!v and sherl0ck

In this challenge we had been given a tcpdump capture file (scap.pcap) and this was the accompanying text :

It’s registration day!

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Forensics

CSAW Quals 2017 : Best Router Write up

Solved by sh!v

The challenge had a tar file of 430 MB and when extracted it gave a whopping 16 GB best_router.img  file. As it was a disk image file I loaded that into the Autopsy tool in Windows. 165 more words

Forensics

Computational Biologist Interview

Original Link :

https://fas.camden.rutgers.edu/2014/01/06/we-r-arts-and-sciences-harish-swaminathan/

Can you tell us about your background? How did you end up in such an offbeat, unconventional and unusual career?

Harish Swaminathan hadn’t even completed his bachelor’s degree in biotechnology from Anna University in his native India before deciding he would cross the Atlantic Ocean to earn his master’s degree in the United States, which Harish says is “the leading country in the world in graduate research.”  Using the Internet to search the different options available to him, Harish stumbled upon Rutgers-Camden.   529 more words

Biology