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Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Several minor updates to buatapa!
Hello again readers and welcome back! I am pleased to announce that today there is a brand new, updated version of buatapa! Over the past several months I've had requests for better in script feedback on some of the ways that buatapa processed the results of autoruns, but just have not had the free time to sit down and try to work on implementing them. The new version is a little more "wordy", as it tries the best that it can to help the user if there are processing problems. For example, if you did not run autoruns with the needed flags, buatapa will recognize that from the output file you are running and suggest you run it again. For those on Mac (and maybe a few *nix systems), it also tells you if you do not have the proper permissions to access the autoruns output file.
There are also some slight changes to the interior processing and a little better logic flow. All in all, buatapa has held up quite well since the early testing nearly three years ago, and hopefully is a useful tool in helping to try to triage Windows systems within your environment.
If you have any questions or encounter any bugs/issues, please do not hesitate to reach out!
buatapa_0_0_7.zip - download here
Updated: January 30, 2018
Posted by Brian Moran at 10:47 AM
Labels: "Brian Baskin", "BriMor Labs", "bsides", "buatapa", "cyber security", "data breach notification", "data breach", "digital forensics", "incident response", "Live Response Collection", "open source", autoruns, DFIR
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