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Daily Blog #504: Forensic Lunch Test Kitchen 10/11/18

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Hello Reader,

Tonight we had what I think is a very exciting broadcast of the Forensic Lunch. When discussing on twitter whether or not a ObjectID would be created when a file is accessed over a network share DR Joe Sylve (watch the video to see why i capitalized doctor) hypothesized that it would not, while I pontificated that it would. It turns out ... it does! We then extracted and encoded the local objectid database (/$extend/$objid:$o) and parsed it to find out which systems had which dad.

Here is what we learned:

Opening a file from a windows 10 system on a Windows 7 file share creates an ObjectID that both systems can see The ObjectID contains the volume id and mac address of the file server (the windows 7 system in my testing) The ObjectID database on the Windows 7 system contains the objectid of the file accessed The ObjectID database on the Windows 10 system does not contain the objectid of the file accessed The windows 10 system will create a lnk file for the access The windows 7 system does not create a lnk file for the file being accessed from it as a network share Creating a file in Windows 10 in the GUI will trigger an ObjectID being created on a network share hosted by a Windows 7 system

You can watch the video here:

本文系统(windows)相关术语:三级网络技术 计算机三级网络技术 网络技术基础 计算机网络技术

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