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* The [[TSK Library User's Guide]] has information for software developers who want to integrate TSK into their system.  
 
* The [[TSK Library User's Guide]] has information for software developers who want to integrate TSK into their system.  
 
* The [[TSK Developer's Guide]] has information for software developers who want to contribute to the project.
 
* The [[TSK Developer's Guide]] has information for software developers who want to contribute to the project.
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== General Information ==
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* [[Presentations]]
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* [[TSK Version Numbers]]
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* [[Project Communication]]

Revision as of 20:30, 5 June 2012

The Sleuth Kit (TSK) is a digital forensics library and collection of command line tools that enable you to analyze disk images. The TSK Framework makes it easier to build end-to-end digital forensics solutions. TSK can be used in isolation, with the Autopsy user interface, or with one of the many Tools Using TSK or Autopsy.

You can get the official list of features at the sleuthkit.org site.

Additional Information

  • The TSK User's Guide has information for users who want to use TSK in an investigation.
  • The TSK Library User's Guide has information for software developers who want to integrate TSK into their system.
  • The TSK Developer's Guide has information for software developers who want to contribute to the project.

General Information