Volatility memory forensic tool for Debian Linux

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Volatility helps identify malicious processes, networking, open connections, etc. in the compromised system. With the program you can take a dump of the RAM and analyze it.

Volatility is written in Python and can be used for both 32/64 bit RAM analysis and supports analysis of Windows, Linux, Mac & Android systems. It is used to analyze memory crashes, raw dumps, VMware and VirtualBox dumps.

Features / Support for:

  • Raw / padded physical memory.
  • Firewire (IEEE 1394).
  • Expert Witness (EWF).
  • 32 and 64-bit Windows krash dump.
  • 32 and 64-bit Windows sleep mode.
  • 32 and 64-bit MachO files.
  • Virtualbox Core Dumpar.
  • VMware Saved State (.vmss) and Snapshot (.vmsn).
  • HPAK Format (FastDump).
  • QEMU memory dump.

How to install using a terminal window:

sudo apt-get install volatility

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