The other day I got bored and decided to do a little PowerShell one-liner on my Windows 10 gaming rig. I wanted to see if I have any DLL’s that are unsigned or invalid in my C:\Windows directories. I was surprised to find I did in fact have two odd DLL’s. In PowerShell you can
Category Archives: information security
Announcing the initial 1.0 release of MDViewer and MDViewerCLI. Powered purely by Apache TIKA for parsing metadata. MDViewer A viewer for viewing file metadata (parsed by Apache TIKA) similar to MetaDiver review window. Review metadata, strings, hex and more. It supports drag and drop and windows file-open support. MDViewerCLI A simple command line tool for
It’s been a while since I have written a post. I need to write something so I figured I’d write about what takes up most of my days… Honestly, a lot has happened in my personal life. I got married, purchased a house and I’m expecting a baby. So it doesn’t take much imagination to
The latest version of MetaDiver is available for download. Download: Metadiver 3.1.1 Numerous improvements from previous release. Using the latest version is highly recommended! Changelog v3.1.1 (build 1623) -bugfixes to paging in Review window -fix to keyword search not pulling back hits in some cases -prevent empty line in keywords on save -performance optimizations -resized
I’m happy to announce the first beta release of MetaDiver 3.0! About: MetaDiver is a utility to slice and dice files and recover metadata from various types of files such as emails, documents, pictures, videos and music among many files. With MetaDiver you will find detailed metadata that many tools do not find. It has
Intro Metadata is critical to any investigation. So much knowledge can be gleamed from the review of metadata from pictures and documents that it’s a big topic in the news. Look at the DNC hack last month. But for those of us in the digital forensics and the field of information security metadata has always
Inevitably someone is going to have an online account hacked. Someone gets access to your email, cloud or phone using your information through various means. They could have done this because they want something or they just don’t like you, the list is long. Recently someone was in this exact situation and needed some advice.