Network Block Device Server for windows with a DFIR/forensic focus.
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README

Windows Network Block Device Server
2012 Jeff Bryner
A DFIR/forensic take on nbdsrvr by Folkert van Heusden (http://www.vanheusden.com/windows/nbdsrvr/)

Modified to 
1) allow you to specify a whitelist IP address that can connect to the NBD Server
2) defaults to read only access to the partition
3) provide access to disk or memory
3) provide optional debug messages
4) compiles via mingw on windows

.exe provided here is 32 bit, and runs on winxp, win7, win2008.

Video Demo: 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKtCYtzteqw


Usage: 
NBDServer.exe v3.0
 -c     Client IP address to accept connections from
 -p     Port to listen on (60000 by default)
 -f     File to serve ( \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE0 or \\.\pmem for example)
 -n     Partition on disk to serve (0 if not specified)
 -w     Enable writing (disabled by default)
 -d     Enable debug messages
 -q     Be Quiet..no messages
 -h     This help text

 -f option supports names like the following: 
  \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE0    raw drive partition access along with -n option
  \\.\C:                volume access (no need for -n option)
  \\.\HarddiskVolume1   volume access (no need for -n option)
  afile.dd              serve up the contents of 'afile.dd' via nbd.
  \\.\pmem              access the pmem memory driver from volatility  
 


Example: 

Server at 10.200.1.12:
#Start server at an administrative cmd.exe session: 
	NBDServer.exe -c 10.200.1.1 -f \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE0 -n1

Client/Forensic workstation at 10.200.1.1:
(http://nbd.sourceforge.net/)
#initialize /dev device
	modprobe nbd
	nbd-client 10.1.1.2 60000 /dev/nbd0

#use dev device with any block-oriented tool: 
	xxd /dev/nbd0 | head -n1
	0000000: eb52 904e 5446 5320 2020 2000 0208 0000  .R.NTFS    .....
	0000010: 0000 0000 00f8 0000 3f00 ff00 0008 0000  ........?.......
#timeline generation with fls:
	fls -f ntfs -m / -r  /dev/nbd0 | less
#mount it if needed
    mount -t ntfs -o ro /dev/nbd1 /mnt/windows
#unmount it
    umount /mnt/windows            
#disconnect
	nbd-client -d /dev/nbd0

#for Memory example see MEMReadme.txt