USB Forensics, the latest book from Dr. Philip Polstra, will teach you everything you need to know about USB in order to perform forensics on USB devices, defend your organization from USB-based attacks, and use USB devices to perform penetration tests. After covering USB basics in detail, this book describes in depth the operation of USB Mass Storage devices, such as flash drives. In addition, you will learn how to build simple devices for: creating forensic duplicates, write blocking USB Mass Storage devices, impersonating USB devices, and performing USB attacks in conjunction with a penetration test.
Understand how to perform forensic investigations of USB-based media
Learn how to leverage open source hardware and software
Become intimately familiar with USB Mass Storage Devices
Deepen your knowledge of how USB works
Learn how to perform and defend against various USB-based attacks
Learn the basics of USB Human Interface Devices
Learn the fundamentals of microcontrollers and digital electronics
Dr. Philip Polstra is a professor at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania where he teaches computer science and digital forensics. He is known worldwide as a hardware hacker, USB expert, and forensics authority.