DF410 - NTFS Examinations with EnCase

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Duration: 4 Days

This hands-on course involves technical information and practical exercises about the NT File System (NTFS). The class addresses the technical aspects of NTFS, including an in-depth analysis of the Master File Table ($MFT) and its components. Students will locate and recover valuable NTFS artifacts and understand their evidentiary value. The structure of the NTFS directory will be examined and parsed. Students will recover encrypted passwords, identify alternate data streams, identify security permissions for users, and determine if other storage media was connected to an NTFS volume through reparse points. In addition, students will examine a partially wiped drive and recover files from the partially wiped NTFS volume using their new knowledge and skills.

Delivery method: Group-Live. NASBA defined level: advanced

CPE Credits - 32

Audience

This course is intended for law enforcement officers, computer forensic examiners, corporate and private investigators, and network security personnel. A basic understanding of the concepts of computer forensics and Internet-related access is required. The class curriculum builds upon the foundation of the EnCase® Computer Forensics II course, continuing with a focus on NTFS file system examinations.

Prerequisites

DF210 - Building an Investigation with EnCase or EnCE Certification. Advance preparation for this course is not required.

Summary

The meaning and relevance of the artifacts that administratively document NTFS are emphasized.

The course provides in-depth coverage on artifacts, including:

  • Components of the NTFS Volume Boot Record and the Master File Table
  • Definitions and purpose of NTFS internal system files
  • Characteristics and storage of NTFS resident and non-resident attributes
  • Storage of alternate data streams and reparse points
  • Addressing NTFS user account information, encryption and file system security
  • Resolving Windows® Vista operating system symbolic links
  • Linking media to a NTFS volume
  • Addressing technical issues associated with NTFS
  • Advanced NTFS data recovery

 Course Syllabus

Pricing

Format Currency Price
Per Student at OpenText Site €  2,395.47 
Per Student at OpenText Site GBP  2,030.60 
Per Student at OpenText Site USD  2,750.00 

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Jun 11, 2019  On-site  DF410 - NTFS Examinations  English  GSI-Pasadena, CA 2,750.00  Add to cart
Jun 11, 2019  On-site  DF410 - NTFS Examinations  English  Virtual Classroom - North America GSI Pacific Time 2,750.00  Add to cart
Jul 16, 2019  On-site  DF410 - NTFS Examinations  English  Virtual Classroom - North America GSI Eastern Time 2,750.00  Add to cart
Jul 16, 2019  On-site  DF410 - NTFS Examinations  English  GSI-Washington, DC 2,750.00  Add to cart
Jul 16, 2019  On-site  DF410 - NTFS Examinations  English  GSI-Reading, UK 2,030.60  Add to cart
Oct 01, 2019  On-site  DF410 - NTFS Examinations  English  Virtual Classroom - Europe GSI UK Time 2,030.60  Add to cart
Oct 01, 2019  On-site  DF410 - NTFS Examinations  English  GSI-Reading, UK 2,030.60  Add to cart
Oct 15, 2019  On-site  DF410 - NTFS Examinations  English  GSI-Pasadena, CA 2,750.00  Add to cart