Dave Bullock / eecue

photographer, director of engineering: crowdrise, photojournalist, hacker, nerd, geek, human



In my talk and in the presentation I have linked in a previous post I stated that Autopsy and The Sleuth Kit are @Stake products, which they no longer are. Brian Carrier is the author and developer of both Autopsy and The Sleuth Kit. He left @Stake several years ago and they gave him full rights to his project.


Snarl 1.13 Released!

Ok I finally uploaded the image of the latest Snarl Release. You can find it on the sourceforge project page which is located here.


Snarl @ LayerOne

I just got home from the Layer One conference in Pasadena today. The conference went well and the attendance was good. I spoke today about my open source project Snarl. It was my first public speaking engagement and I was a bit nervous. All in all I think the talk went well. Here is a copy of my presentation in PDF format(2.3MB) and the original Keynote format(2.1MB). I am currently uploading the Snarl ISO to source forge and I will make another post when I have finished. It will be done in about 4 hours from 5:28PM PST.

Here is the checksum for the new release: MD5 (snarl-1.13.iso) = 451166f6094c94f06d9ed1603472b0c4


snarl-0.0.3a released

fixed problems with mounting permissions
fixed perl dependency issues


snarl 0.0.1a RELEASED!

i finished my first releasable version of snarl. it is a bootable ISO for forensics based on FreeBSD, TASK and autopsy. it's pretty easy to use and works well. check it out!


snarl 0.0.1a released

snarl is a bootable forensics ISO based on FreeBSD and using @stake's autopsy and task as well as scmoo's list of known good checksums.

read on for instructions