Linux Command Line Forensics Presentation at Christchurch Hacker Con 2017
Craig Rowland presented last October at the Christchurch HackCon on the topic of using basic command line tools for Linux forensic investigation and threat hunting. His talk focused around detecting indicators of compromise and malware without the use of expensive intrusion detection and forensics tools.
These slides present basic techniques any Linux administrator can use today to quickly assess a system for common signs of compromise. This includes Linux rootkits, malware, and worms.
We’d like to thank the hosts of ChCon for the opportunity to speak and great job they did organizing the event.
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