CarvFS at Work

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"Chopstick" published two articles about CarvFS in his blog Chirashi Security.

His first post describes the installation of CarvFS on Ubuntu Linux. he also installs libewf in order to access disk images in Expert Witness format, which is normally used by EnCase.

Just to give us an example of how CarvFS works, a second article shows the examination of a memory card.

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I found a howto via forensikblog which wasn’t pretty good because it missed some details and installed CarvFS into your systems directories. You maybe want to have the carving files seperate from the rest of the system. So here comes a Howto Inst... Read More

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