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Blue Team Field Manual (BTFM) (RTFM) Paperback – January 13, 2017
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It's not going to teach you any lessons, really, which is what I was looking for when I opened it. At first I was disappointed, but as I got deeper in I realized what the book was and what it wasn't, and it just got better and better.
I wish there were more books of this kind. You don't have to write a dissertation in order to create something useful. Sometimes quick references are the best thing you can have.
Awesome book, you'll likely find or be reminded of something very useful that you can use tomorrow based on flipping through it.
Good - What you'd expect, condensed, long listing of commands with brief descriptions. Network, firewall, registry, services, etc etc etc. Command based AV scanning and lots more. Lots of stuff is based on "Basic" commands included in powershell or windows cmd, additional tools sysinternals suite, some typical third party network command tools, as well a few references to less common tools.
Eh - Frighteningly short intros to some tools, but for brevity's sake seems necessary, I'd suggest readers try everything in a lab.
Bad - Many commands are described from a very basic idea gearing up to fairly complex, complete, long commands, with lots of big font and double spacing. Little to zero instruction is provided for some stuff, for example, the reg query commands, which you can read and see what they do or are for. Lots of lines go to nearly the exact same command (like firewall rules), I feel like they'ed be better if they had more context.
The font is bigger (than RTFM), I'd like it if the book made more use of tables, bolding and underlining, and italicizing do differentiate sections of text, along with a smaller font and no double-spacing. I feel like this just adds to the girth of the book.
All in all, great book, I definitely recommend it for network or domain admins and defenders.
The BTFM is exactly the same and more. I have been using, reading, and modifying the scripts in the book for my interests. From basic security audits to incident response, this 'rosetta stone' will have everything you need. Highly recommened to system/network admin and security professionals. I cant wait to see if there would be a BTFM2.0
I would like to see a hard cover for these books.