File System Tunneling in Windows

File System Tunneling is a really old feature of Windows. It was already discussed on many security or Windows administration related blogs and books. However, it is still somewhat obscure for lots of examiners because its forensic implication is limited. The simplest way to test and observe it in action is to delete a file and then create a new one with the same name in the same path. The new file is going to inherit the creation timestamp of the original file.
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