Introduction Not so long ago, one email client which increased in popularity (particularly amongst paedophiles) in the United Kingdom was that provided with America Online (AOL). Email extraction and analysis causes significant problems for digital forensic examiners. Almost all of the forensic software designed for extracting email is tailored for dealing with mail-store files which are intact. This means that […]
Introduction The use of electronic mail (email) as a mode of communications for both formal and informal purposes has increased considerably over the past decade. As such, the opportunities for the criminal element of society to make use of this facility have also widened making it commonplace within a digital forensics examination to review email […]
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Byte order sequences are extremely important for digital forensic analysis. This article from our core skills series and will point you in the right direction. #DFIR #DigitalForensics #CoreSkills digital-detective.ne…
Understanding how different number systems work is a core skill in Digital Forensics. If you are a digital forensics student, this introductory lesson will teach you the basics. #DFIR #DigitalForensics #CoreSkills digital-detective.ne…
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