Course info
Nov 5, 2015
2h 9m

This course is the first in a series to cover USB in depth. Throughout the series, emphasis will be placed on USB mass storage devices which are nearly always a part of forensic investigations. USB Human Interface Devices (HID) will also be discussed as they are used in a number of attacks. This course covers the fundamentals of how USB devices interact with hosts. The course should be valuable not only to forensics and information security professionals, but to anyone wanting a deeper understanding of how USB works under the covers.

About the author
About the author

Dr. Phil Polstra (aka Infosec Dr. Phil) is a professor of Digital Forensics at Bloomsburg University. He is also the author of a number of books on hardware hacking and forensics. He has made repeat appearances at DEFCON, BlackHat, B-sides, 44CON, GrrCON, and other conferences all around the world.

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