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Brian Lockrey
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+Brian Blank  Let remember what happen to PGP and how the government went after it and most encryption programs worried it would lead to spy's and other getting away with hiding their crimes.. Bitlocker is one the more widely use program in the middle east I been told but i can not say if it is true or not.  Then again Window is use out of the box by most non IT non tech people. They would just follow the reason it's good and safe from the government.  They be very wrong in that thinking.  There are loop holes to using many of the encryption programs that can slow down those in the Government employment but stopping them fully would be a fantasy I feel.. 
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This makes me feel so much better. I have been using donated computers. I found questionable material on a few sort of using this technique. I am quite comforted by this article that I was not going crazy. Thank you for this.
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And if they don't sign in.....?

This is going to cause HUGE problems for corporate investigators looking to examine a user's Chrome history (when they've installed on corporate laptops), and just add another hoop for law enforcement to jump through. Cheers, Google. 
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I will be at Indianapolis SecureWorld this week.

Anyone else going to this event?

https://www.secureworldexpo.com/conference/38
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NIST 5th Cybersecurity Framework Workshop November 14-15 2013, 
The fifth Cybersecurity Framework workshop will be hosted November 14-15, 2013 in Raleigh, NC by the North Carolina State University. At this workshop, NIST will continue discussions on the implementation and future governance of the Cybersecurity Framework.
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I have just created a prebuilt Virtualbox VM for testing PANDA. It's a current Debian 7.1 install with the latest (as of 10/4/2013) version of PANDA and prerequisites installed. The username and password for the VM are "panda...
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Did you know that Kiddi, Joachim and I will be at OSDFCon November 4-5?

http://www.basistechweek.com/osdf.html

Monday is a day of tutorials and there is "Intro to Plaso Development" and "Plaso Hack-a-thon".  Tuesday is the Conference itself and Kiddi will talk about Plaso in the closing talk.  The conference is pretty cheap ($295 for the conference, and $125 for each tutorial).

Intro to Plaso Dev will make sure everyone has a working dev environment, talk about the internals of code, and run through a code lab.

Plaso Hack-a-thon will be time for you to work on your own on a plugin (or formatter) of your choice.  Code reviews will be done on-site!
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CAINE LittleStar is a parallel project to the official CAINE distro, it is a lighter version of CAINE based on Ubuntu 13.04 64 BIT, only to have a CAINE 64 bit version.
It can be useful for installing on 64 bit machines and it is taylored expecially for the acquisition (forensic copy) of devices.
http://www.caine-live.net/
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Anyone going to DerbyCon this week?  Maybe we can get a meetup together. Reply here.

I will be speaking Saturday at 4:00 PM in the Hybrid Room on,

Using Facial Recognition Software in Digital Forensics and Information Security.

I don't know if the DerbyCon talks are being recorded or not.

Like other Infosec events, we will be posting into the InfoSec Yammer Group at http://infosecmash.com/yammer
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I will be there! Look for me in the ctf area, team JollyAndFriends has to defend our title ;-)
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IADFI.org ~ International Association of Digital Forensics Investigators
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The International Association of Digital Forensics Investigators is a network for Computer Forensics, Digital Forensics and eDiscovery Investigators, Law Enforcement, Private Investigators, Attorneys, Legal Professionals, Security Professionals, Consultants, Service Providers and Software Developers to network together. 

This organization was founded by a group of college professors and staff members that teach and do research in Digital Forensics, Information Security and Criminal Psychology. 

The purpose for this organization is to foster the exchange of information and share ideas related to current trends in the areas of digital forensics, internet security and criminal investigations. 

Our mission is to focus on the research and development of software, hardware and techniques that enrich the toolset used by Computer and Digital Forensics Investigators. 

In many cases our approach is to augment the features already provided by existing toolsets in new and unique ways. As such, we look forward to working with leading software and hardware vendors as much as possible. 
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