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=============================================== We would like to acknowledge individuals that have made significant contributions, code, or ideas toward the respective volatility releases. All lists are alphabetical. These lists exclude the core Volatility authors, who are identified in AUTHORS.txt. If you believe you've been left off, it is not intentional. Please bring it to our attention! =============================================== Volatility 2.6: jie-lin for fixing a pyinstaller NameError issue gcmoreira for fixing a recursive property issue in Linux plugins Adam Bridge for updating the EditBox plugin jie-lin for preventing a backtrace in the MBR parser plugin haco20292 for fixing a bug in linux_dmesg williamshowalter for updating mac_get_profile and for El Capitan support robbyFux for fixing a bug in the svcscan plugin f-s-p for adding unified output to the threads plugin Binary_Raider for adding the powershell empire plugins ozylol for updating for Mac 10.11 JamesHabben for adjusting sqlite inserts to allow for more columns to exist in table Volatility 2.5:
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  • Winter '17
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  • Volatility, Mac OS X, Andreas Schuster, core Volatility authors, respective volatility releases

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