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From: Brad.Bemis at airborne.com (Brad Bemis)
Subject: Reacting to a server compromise

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If you are new to the process of incident response and computer forensics
it might be a good idea to review a couple of books on the subject and/or
see if you have a local HTCIA chapter in your area.  There are lots of good
books you could flip through, but I think that "Computer Forensics -
Incident Response Essentials" by Warren Kruse and Jay Heiser offers a
thorough treatment of the subject matter.  The process of incident response
and computer forensics can get quite complex, and it is extremely important
to understand the process in detail.  You only have one chance to do an
investigation the right way, after that, your evidence will be suspect.    

Thank you for your time and attention,

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Brad Bemis
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