Oct 3, 2017
This week, Harlan Carvey joins James and I to talk about the
evolution of Windows forensics over the last decade and half or so.
Harlan has more experience than most when it comes to diving into
the Windows machine from a forensics perspective and is a
well-spoken author of many books and blogs.
- Harlan Carvey ( @keydet89 ) - Digital
forensics and incident response analyst with past experience in
vulnerability assessments and penetration testing. Conducts
research into identifying and parsing various digital artifacts
from Windows systems, and has developed several innovative tools
and investigative processes specific to the digital forensics
analysis field. Developer of RegRipper, one of the most widely used
tools for Windows Registry analysis. Has developed and teaches
several courses, including Windows Forensics, Registry, and