Cybernews and other cool stuff
I've started another cheatsheet in the term of a brainstorming action for finding Linux artifacts within a forensic discovery.
This will be an endless "work in progress" as I don't expect to ever find every spot to look at. But, hey, prove me wrong and help to extend the list. :-)
When ever I look at a forensic evidence I'm afraid to miss some spot and start going over and over it, just to be sure not to have forgotten something very important.
Well. this is why I started my cheat sheet to have a kind of list to tick off.
Join me in "ticking off" when ever you do some similar stuff.
During the end of 2018, just bevore christmas, the germany partys have got a fancy gift from santa via some tweets, promissing valuable information of several prominent politicians of the german parliament.
Although twitter, google and other bigger institutions tried their best to hide the actual information, but the network is designed to overcome an atomic desaster, so hiding is hard within an environment that never forgets.
By the time of writing, I was still able to use some caches and crawler to get me the actual information and follow the several URL's (669) within the head documents.
I'm still busy with reading and evaluating the information so far, but from the first and second sight, it looks not like the very, very finest information. But, it shows how unprofessional and childish polititians use their data.
Never the less of the quality of the information itself, it is an fantastic source of information for trust relationsships that can be used in phishing and are excellent for social engineering. I*m sure further attacks from turla etc. will use it as a valuable tool.