HOWTO: Install and Boot OS X On a Flash Drive : Brad’s Blog Remember when it was first revealed the Windows XP could be installed and booted off of a USB flash drive? Well, great for Windows users. What about Mac users? We were left out in the cold. If one were to search hard enough in the vast Web index that is Google, one could find just the snippets of how to boot a system from a USB drive, how to set a drive as bootable, yadda yadda yadda. Nothing guiding the way to creating a bootable installation of Mac OS X on a flash drive.
Secrets and Lies by Bruce Schneier Digital Security in a Networked World Bruce SchneierJohn Wiley & Sons, 2000 432 pages Hardcover - ISBN 0-471-25311-1 - $29.95 Paperback - ISBN 0-471-45380-3 - $17.95 Table of ContentsPrefaceTranslations Trinity Rescue Kit: Download Please download the latest version of Trinity Rescue Kit. Don 't forget development of this tool took a lot of my time (over many years now), so donation or sponsorship is greatly appreciated (but so is a simple thank-you mail). You can also donate via Paypal, which now accepts credit cards from people who have no Paypal account. or wire me some money with your webbanking account (see info on page "Donate") or you can contact me for your ads on this site. You can also get a physical copy of TRK on either CD or a USB stick. We have an affiliate agreement with Osdisc where you can buy a TRK on a medium.
About Smart Boot Manager Copyright (c) 2000 by James Su (firstname.lastname@example.org), Lonius (email@example.com) and Christopher Li (firstname.lastname@example.org) Smart Boot Manager (SBM) is an OS independent and full-featured boot manager with an easy-to-use user interface. There are some screenshots available. "Evil Maid" Attacks on Encrypted Hard Drives Earlier this month, Joanna Rutkowska implemented the "evil maid" attack against TrueCrypt. The same kind of attack should work against any whole-disk encryption, including PGP Disk and BitLocker. Basically, the attack works like this: Step 1: Attacker gains access to your shut-down computer and boots it from a separate volume. The attacker writes a hacked bootloader onto your system, then shuts it down.
Clone X (from TED) Clone X 4 For Mac Intel(Mac OS X 10.6 or later - Lion compatible) Trial mode available Creates/Restores bootable copy of your disks Description Forensic Acquisition Utilities Forensic Acquisition Utilities Copyright © 2002-2014 George M. Garner Jr. <gmgarner (at) gmgsystemsinc (dot) com> Revised September 14, 2014.
Boot Multiple ISO from USB (MultiBoot USB) YUMI UEFI Changelog 11/27/20 Version 0.0.3.2: Fixed persistent file path (broken in 0.0.3.1). Updated to create a persistence casper-rw or writable file and label based on the ISO name. Supports persistent feature for Linux Mint and Ubuntu version 16 through 20+. Added feature to check for Legacy YUMI on selected drive. Helix - A Linux forensics corkscrew Updated: February 24, 2009 Helix is a live Linux CD carefully tailored for incident response, system investigation and analysis, data recovery, and security auditing. It is geared toward experienced users and system administrators working in small-to-medium, mixed environments where threats of data loss and security breaches are high. The most recent version is based on Ubuntu, promising stability and ease of use.
Siren.gif: Microsoft COFEE law enforcement tool leaks all over the Internet~! It was one of the most sought after applications on the Internet until it was leaked earlier today. And now that it’s out there—and it is all over the place, easily findable by anyone able to use a search engine—we can all move on with our lives. Yes, Microsoft COFEE, the law enforcement tool that mystified so many of us (including Gizmodo~! and Ars Technica~!), is now available to download.
Freeze Memory Chips, Steal Encrypted Data According to an article published by New York Times, Princeton University researchers have come out with a method to steal encrypted information stored on computer hard disks. The trick is pretty simple according to them but certainly not for us. It involves freezing of DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) chip. This is done to exploit the little-known vulnerability of the DRAM chip. These chips temporarily hold data, including the keys to modern data-scrambling algorithms. When the computer’s electrical power is shut off, the data, including the keys, is supposed to disappear.