Loaded C:\WINNT\system32\KERNEL32.dll differs from file image

I have recently been updating my Windows Forensics First Responder script and have noticed a number of servers reporting the following when using Sysinternals/Microsoft’s listdlls.exe. *** Loaded C:\WINNT\system32\KERNEL32.dll differs from file image: *** File timestamp:         Wed Apr 18 12:25:36 2007 *** Loaded image timestamp: Wed Apr 18 12:25:37 2007 *** 0x77e40000  0x102000  5.02.3790.4062  C:\WINNT\system32\KERNEL32.dll Now […]

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Many experts continue to speculate on why it took so long for Heartland to identify and disclose the breach. According to the Storefront Backtalk report, the payment processor revealed the breach was first discovered in late October or early November, whereas previous statements indicated that it was only in the fall. The company has had two outside forensics teams and the Secret Service working on the problem for more than two months, and yet the “sniffer” software used to collect the data was located only last week.

Conn. Teacher Cleared of Felony Endangerment in Pop-Up Case

The case against Connecticut substitute teacher Julie Amero has finally come to a close.  Prosecutors dropped the felony charges against her, but the agreement called for a guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct and surrender of her state teaching credential. Amero had previously been convicted of endangering minors and faced 40 years […]