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legandarynoob | Computer and Hacking Forensics | Module 1 - Modern Forensics

By: legandarynoob | Related Course: Computer Hacking and Forensics | Published: April 3, 2018 | Modified: April 3, 2018
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1822-1911   finger prints (Galton)
1887-1954  blood grouping (Lattes)
1891-1955   firearms (Goddard)
1858-1946  documentation (Osborn)
1847 1915    criminar investigation (Gross)
1932             fbi
1984             Computer analysis/response team
1993             1st international conference
1995             (10CE) INT org computer evidence
1998            forensic science symposium
2000           FBI regional forensic
2015            leo dreg

Types of attack – Internal / External.

Preservation of evidence for courtroom.

Big picture
Identification, identified as evidence
Preservation, chain of custody.
Extraction, take from crimescene
Interpretation, interpretation of evidence
Presentation, court room.

basic steps.
Crime happens,
ID a crime scene,
Get warrants,
First responder,
Seize the evicence,
Transport, same as cloning into drives
2 bit-by-bit copy [ clone ],
Hash MD5/sha, to prove no changes
Chain of custody
Store it,
Analyze, interpretation
Report, documentation
Court, present in court.

Whole, hard drives/fingerprints
Admissible, able to get into court/collecting procedures
Accurate, is the evidence trustworthy?
Authentic, best/true/original evidence.
Acceptable, judge accepts it or not to prove/disprove the facts.

Types of crime
click jacking,
investment fraud,
software piracy/copyright piracy
DOS, denial of service
Auction fraud
Email bombs/spam/hoax
ID Theft
Cyber Stalking
Financial Fraud
Child porn
Embezzlement, phishing/ farming/ whaling/ spear fishing 

hands on
CSI-FBI study

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