[Bug 487067] New: Review Request: autopsy - Graphical front end for The Sleuth Kit Forensics software
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Summary: Review Request: autopsy - Graphical front end for The Sleuth Kit Forensics software
Summary: Review Request: autopsy - Graphical front end for The
Sleuth Kit Forensics software
Component: Package Review
AssignedTo: nobody at fedoraproject.org
ReportedBy: maxamillion at gmail.com
QAContact: extras-qa at fedoraproject.org
CC: notting at redhat.com, fedora-package-review at redhat.com
Estimated Hours: 0.0
Spec URL: http://maxamillion.fedorapeople.org/autopsy.spec
SRPM URL: http://maxamillion.fedorapeople.org/autopsy-2.21-1.fc10.src.rpm
The Autopsy Forensic Browser is a graphical interface to utilities
found in The Sleuth Kit (TSK). TSK is a collection of command line
tools that allow you to investigate a Windows or Unix system by
examining the hard disk contents. TSK and Autopsy will show you
the files, data units, and metadata of NTFS, FAT, EXTxFS, and UFS
file system images in a read-only environment. Autopsy allows you
to search for specific types of evidence based on keywords, MAC
times, hash values, and file types.
Autopsy is HTML-based and uses a client-server model. The Autopsy
server runs on many UNIX systems and the client can be any platform
with an HTML browser. This enables one to create a flexible
environment with a central Autopsy server and several remote clients.
For incident response scenarios, a CD with The Sleuth Kit and Autopsy
can be created to allow the responder read-only remote access to a
live suspect system from an HTML-browser on a trusted system. Refer
to the README-live.txt file for more details.
Autopsy will not modify the original images and the integrity of
the images can be verified in Autopsy using MD5 values. There are
help pages for the main analysis modes and The Sleuth Kit Informer
is a newsletter that adds additional documentation.
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