Welcome to the Computer Forensics Shell
The Computer Forensics Shell is a shell server for Law Enforcement
personel involved with computer forensics. It's purpose is two fold -
To provide a place for those who are unfamiliar with Unix based
operating systems and the command line in general to learn in a safe
friendly environment and to provide advanced computer forensics
individuals a place to learn and practice alternative tools for data
recovery and examination.
We are live as of May 2010.
We now offer free personal tutorials for our members via Skype. If you are new to the command line or shells in general and would like a personal tutorial, please contact the administrator.
There is no charge to use this service at this time
but you must register as a member to have access to the server. In
order to register, you must send an email to me here
Please include your rank and agency. Since this service is designed for
Law Enforcement, I will call to verify your standing with said agency.
If this site looks dead, don't worry. It is most likely just playing possum.
I don't have the time to keep up with the news both here and on the server, so I will only be updateing the news on the server itself (which is where all the action is anyways). I will try to stop by here and change the date a couple of times a year just for asthetics.
Instructions for connecting to the server:
Once you have recieved a confirmation email with your username and temporary password, download a ssh capable client such as Putty
Install it, run it, and enter the information for Host Name and Port as
seen in the image below. Make sure the SSH option is selected and click
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