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Browser Anti Forensics

This write-up is just to demonstrate that how one’s browser history can go off track misleading the examiner. An investigator can identify it by noticing the odd in history, sample given in Figure 2. Let’s first take a closer look at this page below (Figure 1)– the URL (says cnn.com) and the title of tab … Continue reading

Interview with Noreen Tehrani, Applied Trauma Psychologist, NTA

Can you tell us something about your background and why you decided to work in the field of applied trauma psychology? I have had a very mixed career; I have worked in medical research, as a retail operations director, property development, Head of a counselling service and running my own company. I think that the … Continue reading

The darker side of computer forensics

First published January 2010 by John Irvine http://johnjustinirvine.com http://twitter.com/John_Irvine For the better part of the past thirteen (thirteen?!) years, I have been a computer forensic examiner. Sure, the title varies by job and location — digital forensic analyst, media exploiter, computer forensic investigator — but the job is always the same. Computer forensic examiners delve … Continue reading

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