One of the growth areas in digital forensics is the use of USB dongles for the licencing of software. Every single practitioner now finds themselves managing a veritable menagerie of tiny USB devices, just to enable them to carry out their day-to-day work. Of course, where dongles for core forensic software are concerned, most people […]
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A frequent question when dealing with browser forensics is ‘Does the Hit Count value mean that the user visited site ‘x’, on ‘y’ occasions?’ Most browsers record a ‘Hit Count’ value in one or more of the files they use to track browser activity, and it is important that an analyst understands any potential pitfalls […]
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Our thoughts today are with the family and friends of PC Keith Palmer, the police officer who lost his life Yesterd… twitter.com/i/web/st…
Our thoughts are with all those affected by what is happening in #Westminster today.
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RT @StirlingPol Just to be clear, 'I was looking for a Pokestop' is not an acceptable reason for being on the roof of a shop with a crowbar at 2am!