We have a brief discussion hackerspaces. Chris Gerling is looking into starting a hackerspace in the Richmond, VA area.
Next we cover the details about SUMO LINUX 2.0 with our guest Marcus Carey.
SUMO LINUX 2.0
- Based on a stable version of Debian so we can update with Debian packages and Unbuntu Packages.
-Windows response tools will be added.
-Build a wiki with detailed documentation of all the tools included to make it easy for a newbie to get started.
-No plans for multi-boot.
-Distributed out via Bit Torrent.
-Memory analysis and RAM dumping. Cheap USB sticks have really helped
with this. The analysis is also proving to be a big help in forensics.
-Will be coordinating the project on the Securabit forums (http://forums.securabit.com/index.php?showforum=9)
-User feedback will help us make it better for everyone.
-Post in the forum if you are interested in helping out.
Other News Items
-Homebrew patches for zero days in the enterprise.
-Cell phones and international roaming charges at the border.
-What hardware tools should you have in a forensic toolkit?
Have something you want plugged on Securabit? Send it to Feedback@securabit.com.
If you are interested in helping with the Richmond, VA area hackerspace contact Chris Gerling.
Anthony Gartner - AnthonyGartner.com @AnthonyGartner
Chris Gerling - Hak5Chris, Chrisgerling.com @Hak5chris
Chris Mills - ChrisAM @packetsense
Jason Mueller - @Securabit_Jay
Marcus Carey ñ SUMO LINUX http://www.sumolinux.com
SUMO LINUX http://www.sumolinux.com
Adobe Zero Day http://isc.sans.org/diary.html?storyid=5902&rss
Excel Zero Day http://isc.sans.org/diary.html?storyid=5923 &
Forensic Talon http://www.logicubeforensics.com/products/hd_duplication/talon.asp