OpenDF

MentorMilindu Sanoj Kumarage (agentmilindu)
Project Websitehttp://www.scorelab.org/OpenDF/
Project Repositoryhttps://github.com/scorelab/OpenDF
Suitable for Beginners?yes
Tagsjava j2ee forensic angular
Stateaccepted
Applications (1st Choice)4 (3 submitted | 1 in-progress)
Applications (2nd Choice)3 (3 submitted | 0 in-progress)
Code of Conducthttps://github.com/scorelab/OpenDF/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md
LicenseApache License 2.0 (Apache-2.0)

Project Description

Nowadays, digital forensic tools are often used to investigate cyber crimes, which are becoming more and more frequent. In the world of digital forensics, the more powerful the tool is, the easier it is to gather evidence. SCoRE aims to develop a powerful digital forensics tool through OpenDF, using the power of cloud computing to enable investigators to mine evidence more effectively and generate reports more successfully.

OpenDF got accepted as a Google Summer of Code project in 2014.

Goals and Objectives of the project

  • Improve the usability of analysis of processed forensics data.
  • Decrease the disk image processing time.
  • Strengthen the team collaboration in investigations.
  • Increase the confidentiality and security of the investigation

Project's Requirements

OpenDF is written using Java. Students who are familiar with J2EE and AngularJS will be ideal candidates for the project. Apart J2EE and Angular, this project uses Docker, Vagrant, SleuthKit.

Please refer Project Architecture Document to get more information about the requirements.

Tasks And Features

We use Github Issue tracker to discuss potential features and improvements to the project. You can suggest new features if you find any.

In a nutshell, following are some of the features we would like to see get implemented in this summer.

  • Add users and role system
  • Add hashing for credential storage
  • API Endpoint permission validation
  • Improve the disk image analysis process
  • Indicidual file based hash calculation

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Rumesh Eranga Hapuarachchi, Tuesday, January 31, 07:14 UTC

My Bad, My account wasn't confirmed which was the reason I couldn't edit the project. Updated the description.


Rumesh Eranga Hapuarachchi, Tuesday, January 31, 03:47 UTC

Hi,

Accidentally pressed the return button and the project got submitted. Is there a way to edit the submission? In any case I will provide details as a comment.

This project is suitable for beginners.

Project Description

Nowadays, digital forensic tools are often used to investigate cyber crimes, which are becoming more and more frequent. In the world of digital forensics, the more powerful the tool is, the easier it is to gather evidence. SCoRE aims to develop a powerful digital forensics tool through OpenDF, using the power of cloud computing to enable investigators to mine evidence more effectively and generate reports more successfully.

Goals and Objectives of the project

Project Requirements

OpenDF is written using Java. Students who are familiar with J2EE and AngularJS will be ideal candidates for the project. Apart J2EE and Angular, this project uses Docker, Vagrant, SleuthKit.

Please refer Project Architecture Document to get more information about the requirements.

Tasks and Features

We use Github Issue tracker to discuss potential features and improvements to the project. You can suggest new features if you find any.

In a nutshell, following are some of the features we would like to see get implemented in this summer.

Code of Conduct.

Please find our Code of conduct

License

Apache License, Version 2.0