[clug] PC Forensics / Fun

Mike J astro_mikel at hotmail.com
Thu Mar 29 22:35:34 GMT 2007

This link seems useful...


only one appears to be for data recovery, but the others sound good for pen 

let me know the results



>From: Kim Holburn <kim.holburn at gmail.com>
>To: Matt Smith <Matt at coolchilli.com>
>CC: linux at lists.samba.org
>Subject: Re: [clug] PC Forensics / Fun
>Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2007 18:34:53 +0200
>I'm sure there are some forensics live cds.
>On 2007/Mar/29, at 10:00 AM, Matt Smith wrote:
>>Hi all,
>>Having just recently acquired some ex govt Dell PC's via DOLA, I  started 
>>to think about their previous life.
>>I assume that prior to being released, either the govt's IT  departments 
>>or DOLA would run some HDD cleaning programs over them,  but I wonder 
>>"just how good" they are.
>>So, has anyone had any experience playing with linux (or similar)  and 
>>recovering/analysing HDD's that have been 'wiped'?
>>Can anyone recommend/share experiences with programs (be it good or  bad 
>>Thanks for your replies, i'm very keen to see what sort of stuff is  out 
>>there (and what is still "in there" ;)
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