بایگانی ماهیانه: مهر ۱۳۸۷

چند ابزار کوچک برای Forensic

سه برنامه کوچک و بسیار مفید برای جمع آوری شواهد در راستای امور‌  Forensic  (فکر میکنم امور محکمه ای یا دادگاهی ترجمه مناسبی باشه):

الف: برنامه PcOnOffTime ، زمانهایی را که در طول سه هفته گذشته، کامپیوتر روشن و فعال بوده به صورت گرافیکی نمایش  میدهد.

ب: برنامه usbHistory ، با استفاده از اطلاعات رجیستری ویندوز، زمان فعال شدن پورت USB و مشخصات ابزارهای متصل شده به آن را نمایش میدهد.

ج: برنامه WinAudit : اطلاعات جامعی از مشخصات نرم افزاری و سخت افزاری ویندوز، تنظیمات امنیتی، پورت ها و … را به صورا گرافیکی نمایش میدهد.

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پنج دلیل برای وبلاگ نویسی

نوشتن در یک وبلاگ با موضوع فنی، برای برخی عجیب به نظر میرسد. گاهی بعضی دوستانم میپرسند که چه انگیزه ای برای این کار دارم و از اینکه وبلاگی به جای روزمره نویسی و پرداختن به خاطرات و … ، چنین موضوعی دارد اظهار تعجب میکنند. یکی از صاحبنظران در حوزه امنیت، دلایل نوشتن در یک وبلاگ فنی را اینطور بیان کرده:

Blogging organizes thoughts. Recently I nodded in agreement when I heard a prolific author explain why he writes. He said the primary purpose for writing his latest book was to organize his thoughts on a certain topic. Writing an entire book is too much for most of us, but consolidating your ideas into a coherent statement is usually sufficient.

Blogging captures and shares thoughts. Once your thoughts are recorded in electronic form, you can refer to them and point others to them. If I am asked for an opinion, I can often point to a previous blog post. If the question is interesting enough, I might write a new post. That satisfies this reason and the previous one.
 

Blogging facilitates public self-expression. This is a positive aspect of the modern Web, if approached responsibly. Many social networking sites contain information people would not want to preserve for all time, but a carefully nutured blog can establish a positive presence on the Web. If you blog on certain topics that interest me, I am going to recognize you if you contact me.
 

Blogging establishes communities. The vast majority of the blogs I read are professionally-oriented (i.e., digital security). I follow blogs of people handling the same sorts of problems I do. I often meet other bloggers at conferences and can easily speak with them, because I’ve followed their thoughts for months or years. Book authors share a similar trait, although books are a much less fluid medium.

Blogging can contribute original knowledge faster than any other medium. Blogging is just about the easiest way to contribute knowledge to the global community that I can imagine. It costs nothing, requires only literacy, is easily searchable, and can encourage feedback when comments are supported.

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یافتن نام صاحب اکانت gmail

منبع : http://blogs.securiteam.com/index.php/archives/1144

۱٫  Log in to your gmail account
2. Click documents on the left top
3. Create a presentation, save it, close it
4. In the list with presentations, select the presentation you just made
5. Click the “share” button
6. Type in the e-mail address of which you want to find out the real name
7. Click “invite”

۸٫ Click “skip sending invitation”

۹٫ Click “ok” in the warning window
10. Click on the presentation to open it (a new window will open)
11. Click on the “share” tab on the right top corner
12. Read the real name of the person you invited

۱۳٫ Remove the invited person from the list again so he doesn’t notice anything when he logs into his gmail account

 

 

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