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SMB Tree Connect/Response Details

If you want to play along at home, the sample PCAP I will be using for SMB2+ is here, the SMB v1 PCAP is not something I can give away sadly. Tree Connect Request/Response When the SMB protocol connects to … Continue reading

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SMBv2+ SYNC Header Explained

SMB2 Header The SMB2 Header will either be ASYNC or SYNC, you need to look this up from the flags. SYNC is the most common header as this can be in the form of a request or a response, where … Continue reading

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Windows Spotlight Image Location

Bit of a change from my typical security related posts. I was hunting around on my machine for a new blog post when I stumbled across a folder full of oddly named files. The files were named as their SHA1 … Continue reading

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Flash Cookies – aka Locally Shared Objects

Flash Cookie Location [Throughout this article I will use the term ‘flash cookie’ over ‘LSO’ as these posts are currently about finding and removing cookies] %AppData%\Macromedia\Flash Player\#SharedObjects\<random text>\ Under this folder you will a list of the sites which have … Continue reading

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HTTP Cookies – Part 4 – Safari Cookies

Safari Location Pretty sure this location has been the same for a number of years now, if not let me know in the comments: ~/libraries/cookies Removing Safari Cookies I am not a MAC expert, so I am going to bow … Continue reading

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HTTP Cookies – Part 3 – Chrome Cookies

Chrome Location Windows 7 onwards: %LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default Unlike Internet Explorer (and like Firefox) Chrome does not use individual text files, but instead uses a SQLite database. In order to view this you will need a SQLite browser (easy to get … Continue reading

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HTTP Cookies – Part 2 – Firefox

Firefox Location Windows 7 and onwards %AppData%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\<profile.name>\cookies.sqlite Unlike Internet Explorer (and like Chrome) Firefox does not use individual text files for storing cookies, instead it uses a SQLite database. In order to view this you will need a SQLite browser … Continue reading

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HTTP Cookies – Part 1 – Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge

Finding Internet Explorer/Edge Cookies (Windows 7-10… possibly Vista, but who uses Vista?!) Microsoft introduced a cool new way of finding your cookies. From the Run prompt or any Explorer window type “shell:cookies” and you will be taken to the Cookies … Continue reading

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Removing Cookies

Do you know how many cookies are tracking you? Have you tried to clear the cookies only to find some things not quite gone? Well I have a product for you!… just kidding, it sounded like an advert, so I … Continue reading

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USB Forensic “Roadmap”

As I have been researching and investigating USB Forensics I put together a “Roadmap” for my own personal reference. I made it using Maltego Case File and refer to it every now and then when I am attempting to remember … Continue reading

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