MEMORY DUMP ACROSS NETWORK 4 CYGWIN

wmr - | pv -s $SIZEOFMEM | ssh -p 40004 -c arcfour,blowfish-cbc -C root@savelocation.com "cat - > /forensics/T430-8gb-RAM1.dd"
wmr - | pv -s $SIZEOFMEM | ssh -p 40004 -c arcfour,blowfish-cbc -C root@savelocation.com "cat - > /forensics/T430-8gb-RAM1.dd" Run above command from Windows Cygwin: On Windows: Install Cygwin, and copy WMR (windows memory reader 1.0) memory diagnostic into cygwin\bin folder, also install cygwins netcat and ssh (openssh). I recommend installing apt-cyg and running " On Linux: Have an SSH Server SIMPLEST FORM: WINDOWS: # wmr - | ssh root@savelocation.com "cat - > /tmp/FileToSave.dd" For more details on how to extract information from memory dump: apt-get install foremost foremost -t all -T -i /forensics/T430-8gb-RAM1.dd For more information: http://www.kossboss.com/memdump-foremost
Sample Output
wmr - | pv -s $SIZEOFMEM  | ssh -p 40004 -c arcfour,blowfish-cbc -C root@savelocation.com "cat - > /forensics/T430-8gb-RAM1.dd"
Run above command from Windows Cygwin:

On Windows: Install Cygwin, and copy WMR (windows memory reader 1.0) memory diagnostic into cygwin\bin folder, also install cygwins netcat and ssh (openssh). I recommend installing apt-cyg and running "

On Linux: Have an SSH Server

SIMPLEST FORM:
WINDOWS: # wmr - | ssh root@savelocation.com "cat - > /tmp/FileToSave.dd"

For more details on how to extract information from memory dump:
apt-get install foremost
foremost -t all -T -i /forensics/T430-8gb-RAM1.dd

For more information:
http://www.kossboss.com/memdump-foremost

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By: bhbmaster
2013-05-31 00:04:19

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