[olug] OT: Local PC Forensics Experts

Aric Aasgaard aric at omahax.com
Thu May 8 21:32:07 CDT 2014

I got an idea,  T.J. you be the expert for one attorney and I'll be the
expert for the other. 

-----Original Message-----
From: olug-bounces at olug.org [mailto:olug-bounces at olug.org] On Behalf Of T.
J. Brumfield
Sent: Thursday, May 08, 2014 2:47 PM
To: Omaha Linux User Group
Subject: Re: [olug] OT: Local PC Forensics Experts

Hacked in what sense? That they have some form of malware?

Or hacked like a jealous ex accessed their computer without permission to

The former is easy to determine with virus/malware scans, or just checking
running processes and looking for anything suspect. The later is harder to
determine, unless the PC was accessed with a Windows login event during
hours the owner was at work or something like that.

On Thu, May 8, 2014 at 2:31 PM, <jregier at cox.net> wrote:

> This is a bit off topic.
> I was asked if I know of anyone locally that can "determine if a PC  
> has been hacked."  I don't have much detail except that its probably a 
> Windows machine.  I know I have seen some of you talk about getting 
> some security certifications from time to time.  Is there anyone here 
> that would want to take this on?  Do you know of any?  I don't want to 
> do this myself but I would like to make a referral if possible.
> The person asking is a lawyer so take that into account.  Things could 
> get "legal."  You may need some experience/credentials.  I'm not sure 
> if this would end up in a court or not.
> Thanks
> Jesse Regier
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