Jonathan Rajewski appeared on Vermont Public Radio

On March 22, 2012, I appeared as a guest on Vermont Public Radio’s Vermont Edition – “Vermont’s Been Hacked” program. Also being interviewed was Dr. Peter Stephenson, the Director of the Norwich University Advanced Computing Center. We were interviewed for approximately 46 minutes on topics surrounding Hacking, Cyber Security, Cyber Terrorism and Hacktivism. You can listen to the interview on the web here. You can also …

Anti-Forensics and Network Forensics – Course Update

So I’ve been very busy doing work, but wanted to spend a few minutes updating this course’s blog. To date we’ve covered the following: Metasploit – Slacker/Transmogrify and Temporal data manipulation / and detecting it Digital Darkroom technologies – manipulation of digital media and detection Digitalization of data – digital/analog conversion etc Cryptography Cryptanalysis – learning how encryption / decryption works. Photo adopted from http://bit.ly/FPSoIv Each and …

Twitter – A Phishers/Spammers dream

My topic of discussion this morning is “Why are Phishers/Spammers easily using Twitter?” Twitter has it’s benefits, especially for circles of practitioners like the Digital Forensic / Incident Response (hashtag #DFIR) in that we can quickly collaborate in near real time. Apps have been built for multiple platforms (Android/Iphone/Mac/PC etc). A quick aside: Twitter has taken the commerce arena by storm. Many marketing groups around the world are …