I have been writing a few courses that I intend to teach next year and, this time, I want to share the titles with you:
Hacking (part 1 and 2)
Digital Forensic Analysis
Malware Analysis (part 1 and 2)
Memory Forensic Analysis for Windows
Memory Forensic Analysis for Linux
Crash Dump Analysis
All courses will be in ILT format (instructor leading training), each one with 40 hours and they will be taught in Brazil. It is expected that courses 1, 2, 3 and 4 are ready by March/2016, but delays can happen because my overloaded agenda. All courses are based on my professional experience and previous courses, which I have been teaching for companies since 2013 in a tailored way and now I want to make them public.
Next step is to make all courses available in Virtual Academy format. Nonetheless, I am thinking about the best platform to make it possible.
People, how are you? I wrote a document about Memory Acquisition on Windows and Linux systems, which will be a reference for next articles about the most impressive forensic memory analysis tool of the world: Volatility. Anyway, it follows the article:
Guys…The following two links are an excellent source of information. First, a document about “How to Configure x86 Memory Performance for Large Databases” wrote by Edward Whalen. Second, an interview with Edward Whalen (by Rick Ramsey) talking about Linux Huge Pages: