Forensics
Mount a .bin file in Linux Nov 01 2006 06:10PM
clint robotic com (7 replies)
Re: Mount a .bin file in Linux Nov 06 2006 08:33PM
Erik Lat (erik lat lextech com)
Re: Mount a .bin file in Linux Nov 06 2006 07:40PM
Paul daSilva (pdasilva polr org)
Re: Mount a .bin file in Linux Nov 06 2006 03:32PM
johan knudde be
RE: Mount a .bin file in Linux Nov 06 2006 12:54PM
Oliver Gading (gading iuk-forensik de)
Re: Mount a .bin file in Linux Nov 05 2006 04:50PM
Alexander Klimov (alserkli inbox ru) (1 replies)
RE: Mount a .bin file in Linux Nov 07 2006 03:52AM
Gary Funck (gary intrepid com)

Alexander Klimov wrote:
>
> I am not sure what is the type of the data in the image. If it is an
> image of CD, then you can convert .bin+.cue to .iso and mount .iso
> (if you do not have .cue you can easily create it).
> Search for `bin cue iso' for more information.

Per,
http://forensics.marshall.edu/MISDE/Pubs-Hard/Hardcopy.pdf

This device creates a .bin file, which is presumably
a binary image and a .hdr file. At the bottom of page 9,
the document above states:

"To convert the binary (.BIN) file created from image
mode, iti is recommended to use a software extraction
program such as IsoBuster v.1.9, which will extract
the single .BIN file int a viewable structure."

Given the above, it seems likely that this file is
an ISO file. It is surprising that a drive
imaging tool would copy the original file hierarchy
into an ISO file, however, the statement above
seems to imply this.

Thus, there is some reason to believe that the
.bin file can be (somehow) mounted as a CD (ISO)
image, as unusual as that might sound.

[ reply ]
Re: Mount a .bin file in Linux Nov 05 2006 01:34PM
Barry J. Grundy (bgrundy imx hq nasa gov)
Re: Mount a .bin file in Linux Nov 05 2006 01:26PM
Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers (bugtraq planetcobalt net)


 

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