Computer and Hacking Forensics Notes


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By: kinty | Related Lesson: | Modified: March 20, 2018

Digital Evidence

Deffinition of Digital Evidence Characteristics Types of Digital Data Anti-Digital Forensics (zeroize) Types volitile non volitile transient data fragile temporary active data archieved backup Federal Rules of Evidence 104, 105, 106, 502, 604 [view]

By: enaves | Related Lesson: | Modified: March 18, 2018

laws and legilation

18 Us 1029 1030 402 901 608 609 502 614 701 705 1002 1003 work station: players: attorney, photo taker, first responder, gatherer, documenter, witness needed scoop search warrant secure scene document appropriately collect evidence .. all even the [view]

By: jnell3 | Related Lesson: | Modified: March 17, 2018


click jacking- click on webpage expecting a and getting j… phising- throwing reel out and seeing what comes back farming- catching the phhising waling- going after CEO spearfishung- targeting cyber crime .gov – learn of gov. pages let Go [view]

By: jnell3 | Related Lesson: | Modified: March 17, 2018

my files lab

It is an excellent tool for attempting to recover data from a specific file directory. It shows on how to configure as well as to use to determine the output based upon the type of search and recovery investigation you need to conduct. You’ll [view]

By: nick | Related Lesson: | Modified: March 16, 2018

fille recovery lab

It demonstrates the pc inspector recovery utilty. Is a utility to inspect local drives in order to inspect all the drives that have previously lived on that drive in the past it determines what systems, data and even temporary files have been on the [view]

By: nick | Related Lesson: | Modified: March 16, 2018

investigative process md5calc lab

We navigate to to the web, find & demonstrates the various ways in which you can download the md5calc utility and then it demonstrates its use, purpose and benefits Md5calc is a very easy basic file to do for hashing files. You’ll observe h [view]

By: nick | Related Lesson: | Modified: March 16, 2018

Part 1.

Evolution of Forensics 1.Identification – Crime happens/ID crime scene 2.Preservation- Warrant/First Responder/Seizure of Evidence 3.Extraction- Transport/Bit by Bit Copies/ MD5/SHA-256 /Chain of Custody. 4.Interpretation- Analysis 5.Documentat [view]

By: mao131 | Related Lesson: | Modified: March 15, 2018


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By: lexis001 | Related Lesson: | Modified: March 15, 2018

Computer Forensics

More emphasis needed in these areas: mobile devices, Linux, Mac. [view]

By: spm024 | Related Lesson: | Modified: March 15, 2018

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