Linux / FreeBSD: PDFCrack A Command Line Password Recovery Tool For PDF Files

Posted on in Categories FreeBSD, Linux, Linux desktop, Security last updated June 6, 2012

I already written about howto remove a password from all PDF files under Ubuntu or any other Linux distribution in a batch mode. However, many user want a simple command to recover password from pdf files. This is useful if you forgotten your password for pdf file. It is also useful for data-archaeologists, computer forensics professionals, people who want to test their password-strength (pdf files generated by webpass) and many more.

Linux and Open Source Digital Forensics Tools / Software

Posted on in Categories Download of the day, GNU/Open source, Linux, Sys admin, UNIX, Windows, Windows server last updated November 24, 2007

Mihai Criveti has published a list for digital forensics work. This page is worth bookmark:

Computer Forensics is a science and an art. And to perform it, you need tools to identify, acquisition, preserve and analyze data in a clean, safe, non-destructive manner. Lots of tools. Everything from data acquisition to virtualization and steganalysis.

A list of more or less free tools (mostly open source or freeware, but I have included some relevant commercial products) no digital forensics expert should be without

=> Digital Forensic Tools: Imaging, Virtualization, Cryptanalysis, Steganalysis, Data Recovery, Reverse Engineering