[Vol-users] Need help: Can anyone provide information about
plug-ins for volatility framework, especially used for Linux
rainman1919 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 3 03:09:07 CST 2010
Thanks for your kindness.
Volatility is a very good open-source toolkit for memory forensics. And many
developers and researchers write plugins for it.
I have collected some plugins for volatility, but I am afraid some
included in the source code provided by the offcial website of volatility.
Besides, most of them are used for windows. And I recently work on the Linux
I am going to write some plugins for Linux. If WIKI contains all
plugins, it seems there is no much research on Linux memory forensics.
Thanks a lot
2010/1/3 Sebastien R <uyojimbo at gmail.com>:
> There is obviously something I don't understand here : googling
> "volatility+plugins" returns, as a first entry :
> Which lists both the plugins and links to their creator's blog's entry
> about the plugin, when applicable.
> What else would you need please ?
> 2010/1/2 Matthieu Suiche <msuiche at gmail.com>:
>> Please excuse my candidness. But can you explain to this mailing-list
>> what you do not understand?
>> As far I remember, Volatility is an open-source project.
>> Matthieu Suiche
>> On Fri, Jan 1, 2010 at 1:08 PM, yuhang gao <rainman1919 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Dear developers,
>>> I would like to work on the memory forensics of Linux and I know many
>>> have written plug-ins for volatility framework. I 'd appreciate anyone
>>> who provides me with
>>> information about them, especially plug-ins for Linux. I am going to
>>> write some ones,
>>> so your kindness would help me save a lot of time.
>>> Thanks a lot.
>>> Yuhang Gao
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