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Another quickie: Discovering patterns in network traffic with silk, (Sun, Sep 2nd)

When we perform a forensic analysis in network traffic, in some occasions we do not have major clues about what to look for and it is necessary to deepen the descriptive analysis and profiling of the obtained packages. One way to do this is with network flows, which are packets related to the same flow or connection saved into a single record. Some of the info that can be found in records are the following fields: source IP address, destination IP address, source port, destination port, Internet Control Message Protocol [ICMP] type/code (when appliable), transport protocol, bytes, packets in flow, accumulated TCP flags, start time, duration and end time.

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