Linux

Creating A Lubuntu Virtual Machine For Computer Forensics Teaching

This post describes how to create a Lubuntu-based virtual machine (VM) to be used when teaching of computer forensic analysis and investigation. The post discusses the background to the use of the VM, how the VM is created in VMware Fusion, and how Sleuthkit and other Linux-based utilities are installed. The post finishes with some suggestions on how the VM issued in class can be configured for the classroom teaching computers.

Setting Up Sleuthkit And Autopsy On An AWS EC2 Instance

In this post I outline how to install and use Sleuthkit to conduct computer forensic analysis on an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instance. The EC2 instance is used in classroom exercises by students using the Linux command line to investigate and analyze forensic evidence.

Using Virtualisation In The Teaching Of Computer Forensics

This post describes how I use virtual machines to create exercises and assignments for the course I teach. The post also shows how the distribution of the virtual machines to the students allows them to take the skills they have learned in class away with them.

Creating A Lubuntu Virtual Machine For Computer Forensics Teaching

This post describes how to create a Lubuntu-based virtual machine (VM) to be used when teaching of computer forensic analysis and investigation. The post discusses the background to the use of the VM, how the VM is created in VMware Fusion, and how Sleuthkit and other Linux-based utilities are installed. The post finishes with some suggestions on how the VM issued in class can be configured for the classroom teaching computers.

Installing Tiny Tiny RSS and Using It With iOS Devices

Individually checking each blog on the growing list of blogs that I follow was becoming tedious. So I thought I would use RSS feeds to get notified when new articles appeared. Within days of that epiphany, as I’m looking for a means to implement a solution, fellow CALUG member Chuck Frain posted about TT-RSS as a potential solution to Google’s announced closure of Google Reader. So I thought I would give TT-RSS a try.