I'd recommend reading the above blog post by Brandon from 2007, with his partial serial numberverification system being written in Delphi. But if you're not into Delphi, we'll be portingthe partial key verification algorithm to Node.
The gist of the verification algorithm is that we firstly check key formatting, then we'llverify the checksum is valid. Next, we'll verify the format of the seed value, which if werecall is the first 8 characters of the serial.
Instructions: Left-click the disk icon to mount a device. Right-click the disk icon to change the system mount policy. Middle-click will close the mounter application. Relaunch from the menu. The mounted devices will not be affected by mount policy changes. Only subsequent mounting operations will be affected. by John Lehr Live Preview Caja Scripts CAINE includes scripts activated within the Caja web browser designed to make examination of allocated files simple. Currently, the scripts can render many databases, internet histories, Windows registries, deleted files, and extract EXIF data to text files for easy examination. The Quick View tool automates this process by determining the file type and rendering it with the appropriate tool. The live preview Caja scripts also provide easy access to administrative functions, such as making an attached device writeable, dropping to the shell, or opening a Caja window with administrator privileges. The "Save as Evidence" script will write the selected file(s) to an "Evidence" folder on the desktop and create a text report about the file containing file metadata and an investigator comment, if desired. A unique script, "Identify iPod Owner", is included in the toolset. This script will detect an attached and mounted iPod Device, display metadata about the device (current username, device serial number, etc.). The investigator has the option to search allocated media files and unallocated space for iTunes user information present in media purchased through the Apple iTunes store, i.e., Real Name and email address. The live preview scripts are a work in progress. Many more scripts are possible as are improvements to the existing scripts. The CAINE developers welcome feature requests, bug reports, and criticisms. The preview scripts were born from a desire to make evidence extraction simple for any investigator with basic computer skills. They allow the investigator to get basic evidence to support the investigation without the need of advanced computer forensics training or waiting upon a computer forensics lab. Computer forensics labs can use the scripts for device triage and the remainder of the CAINE toolset for a full forensic examination! John Lehr ------------------------------------------ Root file system spoofing PATCH The patch changes the way how Casper searches for the boot media. By default, Casper will look at hard disk drives, CD/DVD-drives and some other devices while booting the system (during the stage when system tries to find the boot media with correct root file system image on it - because common bootloaders do not pass any data about media used for booting to an operating system in Live CD configurations). Our patch is implemented for CD/DVD versions of CAINE and enables CD/DVD-only checks in Casper. This solves the bug when Casper would select and boot fake root file system images on evidentiary media (hard disk drives, etc). --- Suhanov Maxim Windows Side
The explanation for the multi-colored text near the bottom follows:White text: The device (ie, Device 0) and its model and serial numbers.Yellow text: The motherboard chipset.Aqua text: Whether the motherboard supports 48-bit logical block addressing, and the maximum LBA for this drive along with its capacity.Green text: S.M.A.R.T. status. If SMART has been tripped, then there is no need to run a test. The drive should be replaced.Green text: DST (Drive Self Test) support status - If DST is supported it will be used during testing.Blue text: Operating temperature status - Current and Max registered temp - useful in determining if heat is a factor in drive trouble or drive failure. See Product manual for specified Operating temperature. The Worst Temp refers to the highest temp that the drive has ever experienced in its lifetime. A common unusual reading displays 253 Celsius, which simply means that the drive does not support the temperature reading feature. It is nothing to worry about.POH = Power on Hours - Tells how long the drive has been running in its total lifetime.
If you have setup VMWare ESX you will find that it defaults to the evaluation version giving you 60 days unlimited use. But, how to do you apply your serial number? We have created a quick video below to help you with this easy process:When using this in a lab environment, you could use the stripped back version of VMWare ESX with unlimited usage using the serial number below (as detailed in the video): 2b1af7f3a8