July 20 2016, Episode 382, Show Notes

Episode 382 of The CyberJungle is about 26 minutes long.  The interview with Steve Whalen, CEO and Co-Founder, Sumuri (say sue-more-e), begins at about 15:50.   You may download the file directly – great for listening on many smartphones. Or, you may go to the listening options page and browse for other ways to hear the show.

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Exclusive: Steve Whalen, CEO and Co-Founder, Sumuri. Links to The Paladin Forensic Software, Carbon Virtual Forensics Tool, and the Sumuri Blog

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One Response to “July 20 2016, Episode 382, Show Notes”

  1. […] Steve Whalen of Sumuri frame was on The Cyber Jungle this week, giving a brief overview of their new product Carbon. Carbon is a virtualisation suite that allows an examiner to quickly create a virtual machine of a mounted Windows drive, without altering data on the drive itself. The tool also comes with a copy of Recon for Windows to quickly parse forensic artefacts. I haven’t had a chance to play with Recon yet however I’m definitely interested; most of my cases I tend to create a virtual machine of the device (usually using Jimmy Weg’s method, OpenLV, or creating a restored copy) as this allows me to easily get a feel for the user, as well as verify settings. Steve explains in the podcast that Carbon will allow an examiner to create this virtual machine in under a minute, which is definitely appealing. The tool also allows you to bypass Windows passwords, and create a recording of what you do. July 20 2016, Episode 382, Show Notes […]

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