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Syama35 | Computer and Hacking Forensics | Module 1 - Modern Forensics

By: Syama35 | Related Course: Computer Hacking and Forensics | Published: October 31, 2017 | Modified: October 31, 2017
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Modern forensic


fingerprint, blood grouping, firearms, documentation, criminal investigation

FBI, computer analysis/response team, international conference, IOCE, Forensic science symposium

FBI regional forensic, continuous learning on courses

Types of attack
– internal
– external

physical sciences to ”find the truth”

preservation of evidence

contamination (avoidance)

1. Identification
2. preservation
3. Excraction
4. Interpretation
5. Documentation
6. Presentation

Basic steps

1. crime happens
2. ID a crime scene

3. Warrant
4. first responder
5. Seize evidence

6. Transport
7. 2 Bit-By-Bit copies
8. MD5/SHA
9. chain of custody
10. Storage

9. Analysis

10. Report

11. Court



Types of crimes

1. clickjacking
2. Extoration
3. Investment fraud
4. software piracy
5. copyright piracy
6. DOS
7. Auction fraud
8. EMail Bomb/spam/hoax
9. Identity theft
10. virus & worms
11. Malware
12. cyber stacking
13. Financial Fraud
14. Child porn
15. Embezzlement & more (phishing, farming, spear phishing)

1. CSI-FBI study
2. cybercrime.gov
3. Google

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