Tag: computer

Forensics

Forensics – Collecting Volatile Data

Under the principle of “order of Volatility”, you must first collect information that is classified as Volatile Data (the list of network connections, the list of running processes, log on sessions, and so on), which will be irretrievably lost in case the computer is powered off. This category includes the following data: 1.System uptime and …

Information, Microsoft Servers, Microsoft Windows

Detailed Computer & OS configuration information

systeminfo displays detailed configuration information about a computer and its operating system, including operating system configuration, security information, product ID, and hardware properties, such as RAM, disk space, and network cards. Parameters /s   Computer   : Specifies the name or IP address of a remote computer (do not use backslashes). The default is the …

Microsoft Windows

Kill process on remote computer

We can kill processes running on a remote pc using the taskkill command. Usage: Taskkill /S [ip_address] /U [username] /P [password] /PID [processid]Taskkill /S [ip_address] /U [username] /P [password] /PID [processid] Taskkill /S [ip_address] /U [username] /P [password] /F /IM [iamgename]Taskkill /S [ip_address] /U [username] /P [password] /F /IM [iamgename] Taskkill /S [ip_address] /U [username] …

C#

Check if computer is alive with C#

To check if a computer in the network is alive we are going to ping it through C# and Ping class. Ping ping = new Ping(); PingReply pingReply; pingReply = ping.Send(ip, timeout); if (pingReply.Status == IPStatus.Success) { …. } else { …. }Ping ping = new Ping(); PingReply pingReply; pingReply = ping.Send(ip, timeout); if (pingReply.Status …