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Welcome to the '''SleuthKitWiki'''This wiki is for sharing knowledge about [[The Sleuth Kit]], [[Autopsy]], and related tools. If you use any of these tools, feel free to add or improve content on this site.  
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NOTE: This site is no longer being maintained.  The docs are being moved over to other formats, such as:
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* Autopsy User Docs: http://sleuthkit.org/autopsy/docs/user-docs/latest/
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* Autopsy Module Writer Docs: http://sleuthkit.org/autopsy/docs/api-docs/latest
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* Sleuth Kit Docs: http://sleuthkit.org/sleuthkit/docs/
  
=== General Interest' ===
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* [[Books and Courses on TSK]]
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* [[Tools Using TSK]] (How to indirectly use TSK)
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* [[Reference]] (Links to documents and pages used to develop TSK and Autopsy)
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* [[Presentations]]
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* [[Case Studies]] (Examples of how TSK can be used)
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* [[Todo List]] (High-level Task List)
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=== The Sleuth Kit Documents ===
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Welcome to the '''SleuthKitWiki'''.  This wiki is for sharing knowledge about projects associated with [http://www.sleuthkit.org sleuthkit.org]. If you use any of these tools, feel free to add or improve content on this site. If you want to contribute to this site and are looking for a place to start, [[Special:WantedPages]] contains a list of pages that need to be started.
* [[Help Documents]]
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* [[TSK Library User's Guide]] (for developers who want to use the TSK library in a tool)
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* [[TSK Developer's Guide]] (for people who want to contribute to the project)
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* [[Design Documents]] (For developers)
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=== Autopsy Documents ===
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This site is organized based on the different projects:
* [[Autopsy User's Guide]]
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* [[The Sleuth Kit]]: A library and set of command line tools to analyze disk images.
* [[Autopsy Developer's Guide]]
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* [[Autopsy]]: A graphical interface to the Sleuth Kit and other digital forensics tools.
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* [[mac-robber]]: A simple tool to grab time data from a live system for making timelines.
  
  
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Latest revision as of 19:30, 13 February 2020

NOTE: This site is no longer being maintained. The docs are being moved over to other formats, such as:


Welcome to the SleuthKitWiki. This wiki is for sharing knowledge about projects associated with sleuthkit.org. If you use any of these tools, feel free to add or improve content on this site. If you want to contribute to this site and are looking for a place to start, Special:WantedPages contains a list of pages that need to be started.

This site is organized based on the different projects:

  • The Sleuth Kit: A library and set of command line tools to analyze disk images.
  • Autopsy: A graphical interface to the Sleuth Kit and other digital forensics tools.
  • mac-robber: A simple tool to grab time data from a live system for making timelines.


Autopsy The Sleuth Kit
Autopsy The Sleuth Kit