I hope everyone is having a great weekend! This has always been one of my favorite times of the year as a Veteran and (former) Marine. Today is the USMC’s 244th birthday and tomorrow is Veteran’s Day! For those who fall into my very same demographic, this is a great couple of days for us to celebrate and reflect. I am looking forward to celebrating those who’ve served before me and remembering all the sacrifices made so I could type this blog post peacefully in the comfort of my own home.
Regarding AboutDFIR, a lot of content has been updated on the site and I wanted to point out some of the biggest changes and what to expect moving forward.
The Android, iOS, Linux, and OS X Artifact pages have recently been renovated. More content will continue to be added as I find more blog posts covering specific artifacts, processes, or tools related to these broad categories. Windows and File Systems will undergo similar renovations in due time once the others are done being curated. I consider this an initial content renovation as I feel there will be future projects to expand upon the data tables provided here but that will be further down the road. Stay tuned!
There have been many new Jobs added recently. If you’re in the market for a new gig, bookmark this page and check it often! If you’re aware of a job not posted here, please use the Submit a Job form so we can get it added.
Certifications & Training is now completely updated with all dead links removed. As vendor training offerings evolve, this page will play catch up as need be. If anyone is aware of training courses being revamped, added, removed, etc, please let us know so we can keep this as accurate as possible!
Men of #DFIR and Women of #DFIR both have been cleaned and updated but they are by no means exhaustive. If anyone is missing from this that you feel should be added due to the impact of their contributions to the DFIR community, please let us know!
All of the above will be maintained over time as things change which they seem to do very often! As always, I welcome any feedback at any time. I can always be found on the Digital Forensics Discord Server or you may hit me up on Twitter.