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AboutDFIR.com – The Definitive Compendium Project
Digital Forensics & Incident Response

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AboutDFIR Content Update 1/28/2020

Greetings! The site continues to evolve as detailed below: 

  • Tools & Artifacts – Android – new entries added
  • Tools & Artifacts – iOS – lots of new entries added including Sarah Edwards’ fantastic mac4n6 blog posts
  • Lots of data table standardization has taken place with better consistency in column titles across all pages
  • Awards – added headings for the two awards to increase readability on mobile and in general
  • Home Page – RSS feed link added to the social icons in the top left which will direct the user to Feedly

For those who don’t already use an RSS Reader, I would highly recommend Feedly. Feedly came into popularity once Google Reader was killed off by Google (RIP). Feedly has a great mobile app, dark mode, and swipe to mark articles as read. The free version is more than adequate for the everyday user as that’s what I’ve been using ever since Google Reader ceased in 2013. RSS Readers are my favorite way to ingest articles from lots of different sources all in one spot. If anyone has any questions about Feedly, feel free to hit me up on the socials. 

Keep an eye out for more updates to come in the future! Per usual, you can reach me via the following methods: Digital Forensics Discord Server or Twitter

Cheers,

Andrew

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