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This page contains links and references to help documents that were created by [[The Sleuth Kit]] and [[Autopsy]] users.  
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This page contains links and references to online help documents on [[The Sleuth Kit]].  The [[Books and Courses on TSK]] page contains links to books and courses.  
  
=English Documents=
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= Command Line Tools =
* [http://www.sleuthkit.org/informer/ The Sleuth Kit Informer] newsletter
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* The [[TSK Tool Overview]] page lists all of the command line tools in TSK.
* [http://www.sleuthkit.org/sleuthkit/docs.php Sleuth Kit Documents Page]
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* The [[FS Analysis]] Techniques page shows how the command line tools can be used.
* [http://www.sleuthkit.org/autopsy/docs.php Autopsy Documents Page]
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* [[Error Messages]] (Explanation of messages that you may encounter)
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= Analysis Techniques =
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* [[Timelines]]
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== Concepts ==
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These should get moved to a better location on the wiki
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* [[Metadata Address]]
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* [[data units]]
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* [[Block Address]]
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* [[Orphan Files]]
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== Big Picture ==
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This section contains links to articles on using The Sleuth Kit as a whole (i.e. the articles are not about a specific tool).
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* [http://www.linuxleo.com/ Law Enforcement and Forensic Examiner Introduction to Linux: A Beginner's Guide]. Barry Grundy. 2003 (NASA OIG) - Updated December 2008.
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* [http://www.cyberguardians.org/docs/ForensicsSheet.pdf CyberGuardians Cheat Sheet]: 2-page PDF with sample commands for a variety of common TSK activities.  Useful for veteran analysts who want to quickly look up a forgotten flag, or for a beginner looking to learn by example and experimentation.
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* [http://www.memophage.net/Running_Sleuthkit_and_Autopsy_Under_Windows.pdf Running Sleuthkit and Autopsy Under Windows]  by Charles Lucas ([http://www.sleuthkit.org/sleuthkit/docs/lucas_cygwin_v1.2.pdf local copy])
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== General Locations ==
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This section lists locations where relevant documents may be found.
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* [http://www.sleuthkit.org/informer/ The Sleuth Kit Informer (www.sleuthkit.org)] newsletter (no longer active)
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* [http://www.sleuthkit.org/sleuthkit/docs.php Sleuth Kit Documents Page (www.sleuthkit.org)]
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* [http://www.sleuthkit.org/autopsy/docs.php Autopsy Documents Page (www.sleuthkit.org)]
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* [http://www.giac.org/ GIAC Reports] - Look at the reports that people submitted for their GIAC certification. There are quite a few if you search for 'sleuth' or 'autopsy'.
  
 
=Non-English Documents=
 
=Non-English Documents=
 
* [http://www.monyo.com/technical/unix/TASK/autopsy-help-ja/ Japanese help by Motonobu Takahashi]
 
* [http://www.monyo.com/technical/unix/TASK/autopsy-help-ja/ Japanese help by Motonobu Takahashi]
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* [http://alonsocaballero.informatizate.net/archivos/autopsy_reydes.pdf Documentación de Autopsy en español por Alonso E. Caballero Quezada]

Latest revision as of 20:27, 5 June 2012

This page contains links and references to online help documents on The Sleuth Kit. The Books and Courses on TSK page contains links to books and courses.

Command Line Tools

  • The TSK Tool Overview page lists all of the command line tools in TSK.
  • The FS Analysis Techniques page shows how the command line tools can be used.
  • Error Messages (Explanation of messages that you may encounter)

Analysis Techniques

Concepts

These should get moved to a better location on the wiki

Big Picture

This section contains links to articles on using The Sleuth Kit as a whole (i.e. the articles are not about a specific tool).


General Locations

This section lists locations where relevant documents may be found.

Non-English Documents