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IT Security Summer School. “Digital Forensics” course has finished successfully
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“Digital Forensics” course took place took place on 20 – 22 July 2016 at the Bonch-Bruevich Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications. The course was devoted to the different theoretical aspects of the digital forensics, including forensic basics, Windows artefacts, file systems and network forensics. In practical part students got tasks to find artefacts in different web browsers (Internet explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc), to perform the network forensic investigation based on a true story of web mail account stealing, and to recover a password from a crypto container. In addition, the students got an overview about LiveForensic, especially creating and analysing a RAM Dump with volatility. These topics were presented by Andrey Chechulin (SPIIRAS, Russia), Cemil Yesil (Hessen police, Germany), Anders Carlsson (BTH, Sweden). This knowledge will be useful for a pentesting course and for general improvement of the IT skills.