Meet the xLeapp Family

January 13, 2022 •  Virtual
Join us at 12pm ET for this webinar.

With the successful launch of iLeapp and aLeapp in early 2020 and their presentation at OSDFCon 2020, numerous other projects have taken advantage of the framework with these two (2) projects.  Within the last eight (8) months, four (4) new projects have been released into the open-source community,  utilizing the framework that made iLeapp and aLeapp successful, creating an xLeapp family of projects.  The base framework that all the xLeapp projects use allows for the easy integration of artifacts to be introduced, with some of the artifacts transferable from one project to another (i.e., Chrome Browser artifacts).  In this presentation, we will look at what’s new in iLeapp and aLeapp, introducing the four (4) new xLeapp projects, cLeapp, rLeapp, vLeapp, and wLeapp, and take a brief look at the framework. We will talk about extending a project to add your artifacts or create your new xLeapp project.


Alexis Brignoni

Special Agent
Federal Bureau of Investigation

Alexis Brignoni has been serving the area of Orlando, Florida for the last 13 years as a Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. A native of San Juan, Puerto Rico, he has a Bachelor's in Computer Science and an MBA in Management of Information Systems. Before working as a digital forensics examiner, he was a case agent tasked with investigating online crimes against children, network intrusions, intellectual property and online fraud among others. Currently holding multiple digital forensics certifications, Alexis Brignoni has been focused on mobile app digital forensics as an area of interest due to the ever-evolving challenge of parsing a never-ending stream of new applications for relevant data. He can be reached online via Twitter @AlexisBrignoni and on his blog at abrignoni.com.

Mark McKinnon

Assistant Professor
Davenport University

Mark McKinnon is currently an Assistant Professor at Davenport University where he teaches Digital Forensics, Cyber Defense and Computer Science. He has written over 65 plugins for Autopsy. He also took 1st place and 3rd place and 1st place, 2nd place in the OSDFCon 2015, 2016 and 2017, 2020 Autopsy Python plugin module competition.
Mark has presented at OSDFCon Conference, DoD Cybercrime conference and several regional conferences.