Watch the Intro Video

Introduction

Module 1 - Modern Forensics

Module 2 - Investigative Process

Module 3 - Searching and Seizing

Module 4 – Digital Evidence

Module 5 – First Responder

Module 6 – Computer Forensics Labs

Module 7 – Hard Disks and File Systems

Module 8 – Windows Forensics

Module 9 – Data Acquisition

Module 10 – Recovering and Deleting Files

Module 11 – Access Data

Module 12 – Image Files

Module 13 – Steganography

Module 14 – Application Password Checkers

Module 15 –Log Capturing and Event Correlation

Exam Module

 
 

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Welcome to Cybrary’s FREE computer forensics training course!

Industry change is here, traditionally, computer forensics training has been very expensive. Now, at Cybrary, you can train to be a computer forensics professional, for FREE.

Online Computer Forensics Training

Digital crime is more prevalent than ever, and the attacks are getting highly complex. Security software can’t pinpoint it—the eyes and expertise of a trained computer forensics professional is necessary. Our free online Computer and Hacking Forensics training course teaches you how to become that professional. Love the idea of digital forensics investigation? That’s what computer forensics is all about. You’ll learn how to; determine potential online criminal activity at its inception, legally gather evidence, search and investigate wireless attacks. Additional topics include unlocking passwords, the establishment and maintenance of a physical “chain of custody” and recovering lost and deleted data. At the conclusion, you will have been taught the concepts included in the computer forensics industry leading EC-Council CHFI certification exam. What are you waiting for? Get started with our free computer forensics training now, below!

CHFI Course Specs

CEU / CPE: 10
Total Clock Hours: 7 hrs, 8 mins
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Materials Used

VMWare Player (or other Virtual App)
Generic Windows OS
CEH toolkits
Kali OS
*Other specific tools used in the videos are listed in each video’s title.
If you enjoy this course, be sure to check out the Ethical Hacking class next, always free at Cybrary.

About the EC-Council CHFI Certification Exam

Many people and employers consider the CHFI to be the most prominent computer forensics certification. In order to earn the official CHFI certification, you must take one required exam.  Test-takers must score at least 70 percent on the 150-question exam. The exam can be taken globally, at any VUE or Prometric test center. You can review for the exam with our free CHFI study guide

Certifications are valid for three years. Reestablishing your certification status requires certain guidelines be met. For more information on maintaining the CHFI certification, visit EC-Council’s website.  

Do you know someone who could benefit from this online computer forensics training class? Email them an invite and they can join you, and you earn cybytes

 

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252 Comments
  1. Profile photo of kgbarlea

    if a massage is hidden in a photo how do i as a forensic guy discover it.
    are there programs to use or what?

  2. Profile photo of abh1029

    im new here i need to no about some of this

  3. I have COMPTIA A+ certification. Are there any courses on this site I should complete before starting the Computer and Hacking Forensics Course?

  4. Hi! I wanted to add in my contribution so I made a post to a couple of groups on Facebook that I follow to help support this resource. One group , CS50 taught via Harvard Uni., which has over 3,000 members and another, Web Dev group with over 300 members. If you see a spike in your member registration after today, know that it was me who caused it 😛 hahaha. I love what you guys are doing here and I hope you guys continue indefinitely but feel are quite underrated. Hope what I did helped!

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