Forensics on Terminal Server Client Oct 30 2007 06:15PM
gamgamus yahoo com (1 replies)
RE: Forensics on Terminal Server Client Nov 05 2007 02:53PM
Sanabria, Adrian (Adrian Sanabria novainfo com)
Can't find any discernable structure in the file. It is obviously all binary, but I can't find anything that matches any image header types, especially not bitmap. Perhaps it is compressed or encrypted/obfuscated in some format (but then, I can't find any headers that would suggest that either)?

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Subject: Forensics on Terminal Server Client

Hello all,

I was looking for a tool to view or analize the bcache22.bmc file (Bitmap Caching for Terminal Server Client)

Any help will be very helpfull!




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