DFIRtriage is a tool intended to provide Incident Responders with rapid host data. Written in Python, the code has been compiled to eliminate the dependency of python on the target host. The tool will run a variety of commands automatically upon execution. The acquired data will reside in the root of the execution directory. DFIRTriage may be ran from a USB drive or executed in remote shell on the target. Windows-only support. What’s New? *General Efficiency updates were made to the code improving flow, cleaning up bugs, and providing performance improvements. Cleaned up the output directory structure Removed TZworks tools from toolset avoiding licensing issues Added commandline arguments for new functionality (run "DFIRtriage –help" for details) *Memory acquisition memory is now acquired by default argument required to bypass memory acquisition free space check conducted prior to acquiring memory updated acquisition process to avoid Windows 10 crashes *New artifacts windowsupdate.log file Windows Defender scan logs PowerShell command history HOSTS files netstat output now includes associated PID for all network connections logging all users currently logged in to the target machine to the Triage_info.txt file Pulling dozens of new events from the Windows Event logs *New! DFIRtriage search tool Conducts keyword search across DFIRtriage output data and writes findings to log file The search tool is a separate executable…
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