Good Practice for e-Crime Investigations Criminal behaviour has shifted to take advantage of electronic mediums and serious and organised criminal networks have become increasingly sophisticated. Corporations, Government departments and businesses now need to invest considerable sums in order to protect their assets and data. Lloyds of London have stated that they are defending up to […]
Digital Evidence Good Practice The ACPO good practice guide for dealing with computer based evidence was first released in the late 1990s. Since then, there have been five iterations; some of the changes include an update in document title. The guide is essential reading for anyone involved in the field of digital forensics. The latest […]
Introduction 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 […]
Introduction Over the past few weeks, there has been worldwide interest in the trial of Casey Anthony which was held in Orlando, Florida. Anthony was indicted on charges of murder following the discovery of the body of her daughter Caylee Marie Anthony in 2008. On Tuesday 5th July 2011, the jury returned a not guilty verdict […]
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