Now and again I pop my head up and take a look around to see where RegRipper has been, and is being, used. My last blog post on this topic had quite a few listings, but sometimes changing the search terms reveals something new, or someone else has decided to use RegRipper since the last time I looked.
References to RegRipper go way back, almost as far as RegRipper itself (circa 2008):
SANS blog (2009)
SANS blog (2010)
SANS Infosec Handler's Diary blog (2012)
Kali Tools (RR v2.5)
SANS Blog, Mass Triage, pt 4 (2019)
Reviewing the videos, there's something very familiar about the output illustrated on-screen. ;-)
Other Resources (that incorporate RegRipper)
YouTube video by Ric Messier
CAINE forensics video
LIFARS Whitepaper on Shellbags
Windows Registry Forensics, 1/e (PDF)
Paradigm Solutions blog
Jason Shaver's NPS thesis (2015)
I found recently that James, the author of the module, had updated it in Sept, 2020. That's great, but there are a few other tweaks I'd made to the code, one that allowed me to check to see if hives are 'dirty'.