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Incident Response Process Phase 3 – Containment

First Steps When moving into the containment phase an incident has already been declared. It is now time to categorise the incident and relay this to the customer/management. The categorisation or characterisation of the incident can be broken down into … Continue reading

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Incident Response Process

Today I am going to discuss the basics of an Incident Response process. I did not create this, I would love to give credit to those who did! There are other variations out there, however they all follow the basic … Continue reading

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Chrome – Basics

Google Chrome, or just Chrome, is (at the time of writing) the most popular web browser by a fair amount. Twice as popular as Mozilla’s Firefox. Chrome stores its artefacts in SQLite, JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) and SNSS (Session Saver) … Continue reading

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Internet Explorer – Basics

As IE comes bundled with Windows as standard it is often the browser (of choice?) used by a lot of organisations. Larger organisations are also often slower to update IE, in my experience, as they have integrated business critical applications … Continue reading

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