dfis (Digital Forensic Investigative Scripts)

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Tool and Usage

Project details
LicenseGPLv3
Programming languagePerl
AuthorHal Pomeranz
Latest releaseNo release found

Project health

64
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Why this tool?

This toolkit of scripts are made by Hal to help in forensic assignments. They make several parts of the job easier, like converting data to another format for further processing.

Background information

Hal stated on the GitHub project page that documentation could be further improved. Several blog posts help with understanding this kit, along the built-in help.

Usage and audience

dfis is commonly used for digital forensics. Target users for this tool are forensic specialists and security professionals.

Features

  • Command line interface

Tool review and remarks

The review and analysis of this project resulted in the following remarks for this security tool:

Strengths

  • + The source code of this software is available
  • + Well-known author

Weaknesses

  • - No updates for a while

Author and Maintainers

Dfis is under development by Hal Pomeranz.

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Categories

This tool is categorized as a digital forensics tool and Linux DFIR tool.