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IT security experts forced to perform from house in coming months owing to coronavirus (lots of organizations are now mandating it) can get prepared to do some of their perform on a new launch of an open resource software made for distant electronic forensics, called Bitscout.
A customisable reside OS constructor software made to aid people generate distant forensics bootable disk images, Bitscout was initial open sourced by Russia’s Kaspersky Lab two years in the past but appears to have seen minimal traction.
In a clean push, Kasperky emphasised its free and completely open resource character: people are free to reverse-engineer and modify any section of it.
Bitscout allows people like malware scientists, electronic forensics gurus and incident responders to analyse electronic evidence. (Kaspersky Lab’s Vitaly Kamluk suggests the software was born though he was performing at the Digital Forensics