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GRR Rapid Response is an incident response framework focused on remote live forensics.
Nov 5 2014: We've got a great new logo, which you will see turning up in the admin UI soon. It replaces our long-standing unofficial logo :)
Oct 28 2014: We've started a blog as a supplement to the documentation. Check out the first post on how to set up the distributed datastore.
Oct 15 2014: We're now fully migrated to github. The code.google.com page will just be a redirect here. Open issues, documentation and code have been moved over, and we will only update this repository in the future.
GRR consists of an agent (client) that can be deployed to a target system, and
server infrastructure that can manage and talk to the agent.
See quickstart to start using it.