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F.B.I. Forensic Field Kit

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This is the ultimate bootable Disk for power user, or wannabe agent. Basically, the FBI Forensic Field Kit is a AIO Toolkit with compiled applications and ebooks designed to investigate and coordinate the user to look for buried files, and information logged inside your computers hard drive.

Forensics Tools:

Sleuth Kit -Forensics Kit
Py-Flag - Forensics Browser
Autopsy - Forensics Browser for Sleuth Kit
dcfldd - DD Imaging Tool command line tool and also works with AIR
foremost - Data Carver command line tool
Air - Forensics Imaging GUI
md5deep - MD5 Hashing Program
netcat - Command Line
cryptcat - Command Line
NTFS-Tools
qtparted - GUI Partitioning Tool
regviewer - Windows Registry Viewer

Field Kit Manuals:

Incident response - Computer Forensics
Computer Crime investigation
Forensic Pathology

Additional programs on Boot DVD:

Gentoo Linux 2.6 Kernel - Opyimized for Forensics Use
XFCE - GUI
Apache2 - Server
Mysql PHP4
Open Office
Gimp - Graphics Program
KSnapshot - Screen Capture Program
Mozilla
Internet Forensics

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(Not associated with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.)




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