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This past week we wrapped up the SANS 2012 DFIR Summit in Austin, Texas.  I think it's safe to say that a great time was had by all. What was truly incredible was the time so many of us got to spend together in the week leading up to the Summit, while going through the wonderful training that SANS made available. I got to see some people I haven't seen in a year (or more), as well as meet some in person that I've only known online. And for the first time, I got to experience one of Harlan Carvey's presentations in person. I'm not sure everyone's brains were awake enough quite yet for his keynote on day 2 of the Summit, but it really was a great talk, and he made some great points about things to consider when performing registry analysis on Win7.Link: Forensicaliente

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