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README.md

Python Forensics

Code from the Python as a Forensic Tool presentation

About this project

This project was originally formed for a presentation on the usefulness of Python as a Forensic Tool. The code examples are free to use, modify and distribute under the GPLv2 Licence terms.

Notebooks

Below is a summary of the notebooks developed in this repository

Using Jupyter

A good starting point for those new to the Jupyter system. Has an introduction on how to use the notebooks and resources for learning more about Python for those new to scripting.

Registry

This notebook introduces the python-registry module and demonstrates how to interact with keys and values to extract useful information from the Windows Registry.

Installation

Install Python3 on your system and from the directory containing this README.md run the below. The notebooks use Python 3.5.1.

On Windows

$ pip insall virtualenv
$ virtualenv -p [path to python] venv3
$ venv3/Scripts/activate.bat
(venv3) $ pip install -r requirements.py3.txt
(venv3) $ jupyter notebook

On macOS/Linux

$ pip insall virtualenv
$ virtualenv -p [path to python] venv3
$ source venv3/bin/activate
(venv3) $ pip install -r requirements.py3.txt
(venv3) $ jupyter notebook

Setup

Once you run the jupyter notebook command above, your browser should open at http://localhost:8888. From this page, navigate into the jupyter-notebooks directory and click on a Notebook to get started.

More Resources

Support

If you'd like to contribute to this repository - feel free to open a ticket or pull request.

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