James D. Corder, Andy P. Drake, Lee Orrick, S. Potter
Nicholas R. Carter, Neil A. Coplin, Aaron M. Croyle, Nathaniel Graham,
Mark C. Hamilton, Ho-Sheng Hsiao, Stephen Kazakov, Daniel Morris,
Nathan Oyler, Bill Schwanitz, Jack Trout, Nabeel Yousef
This week, we have the honor of listening to Steve Romig speak. Mr. Romig is
the chief of information security at the Ohio State University. In addition
to our one and a half-hour talk, some of us stuck around to nearly two o'clock
in the morning to hear all the interesting stuff Mr. Romig and Mr. Corder
were talking about.
Mr. Romig's talk focused on computer forsenics and some new tools.
When an operating system removes a file, traces are left on the harddrive.
Some filesystems lends itself to recovering those "erased" files. Others, like
UNIX-based ones, are a little more difficult. Mr. Romig talked about a nearly-
released software, unrm which pulls out all the "erased" files (from
unallocated blocks), and lazarus
which identifies the type of files.
During munchie time,
- This Friday, December 3rd at 18:00, all eligible for
Club meet at the Dublin Red Lobstor for dinner. We will
be seeing Toy Stories 2 afterwards.
- St. Steven's: Every year, we volunteer at St. Steven's
to sort food for 3000 families, and toys for children. This
year, the dates are Saturday, December 18th and Wednesday,
Christmas Party on the December 21st meeting. We will
be merging with the troops. We will also have a gag gift
exchange. Start finding some computer junk you can turn into
a gag gift.