Join Jungwoo Ryoo for an in-depth discussion in this video Static acquisition with dcfldd (forensic DD), part of Computer Forensics Essential Training.
…DCFLDD is a forensic version of DD.…It is also an open source computer forensics tool.…This lesson will teach you how to use DCFLDD to…statically acquire an image from a USB drive.…Let's first check how your USB drive is represented on your operating system.…Type sudo fdisk-l press Enter.…I already use the sudo command all year, which is why it's not asking for…a password.…
So, you may have to type in your password before this step.…Next, type sudo, dcfldd, and…then input file, which is devsdd.…Dvsdd is how your USB drive is represented on this computer.…Depending on your setting, your USB drive may be showing up differently.…Now type OF of a file and…then we'll name the image as USB image.dd.…
We'll use a couple more options here which is not available to dd.…We'll use hash and say md5 and…we'll also say hash log and then the name of the log file, USB image.log.…What this will do is, by the end of the imaging process,…it will be producing an MD5 hash value of your image.…And then store it in the USB image that log file.…
- Understanding computer forensics
- Understanding partitioning
- Using a hex editor
- Preparing a target drive
- Acquiring data
- Ensuring data integrity with hashing
- Indexing and searching
- Generating a report
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