Tag Archives: Network Forensics

Ringzer0team – Forensics Challenge 35 – Poor internet connection

This writeup is to explain how to get the answer (flag) to the Forensic Challenge named “Poor Internet Connection” I will not be posting the flag here as I am giving you all of the instructions to get it yourself! … Continue reading

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TTLs and where to find them

Recently I have been conducted a lot of interviews for SOC Analysts; one of the questions I ask is as follows: You are reviewing your DNS logs and find an answer to a DNS query which shows rabbitcoldhotel.evil.com on <AnyExternalIP> … Continue reading

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OpenDoor Scanner vs SimpleHTTPServer (PCAP)

Often when analysing attacks, scans or just general traffic it is difficult to identify the specific tool or technique in use. This is simply because there isn’t a reference database for every tool. So I thought I would upload a … Continue reading

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Wireshark – Introduction

What is Wireshark According to Wireshark.org: Wireshark® is a network protocol analyzer. It lets you capture and interactively browse the traffic running on a computer network. What does this mean to you? This means Wireshark allows you to view network … Continue reading

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