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Development of Digital Forensic Tools on Mobile Device, a Potential Area to Consider?

Case Study: MobileTriage – JPEG Metadata Triage – Automated Extraction of Information using Mobile Forensic Tools Background Mobile devices are now becoming part of our daily lives. These devices can now perform tasks or activities that were normally being processed in a normal desktop or laptop computers. Attachment to such devices is immensely increasing in … Continue reading

ForGe – Computer Forensic Test Image Generator

Introduction Creating test material for computer forensic teaching or tool testing purposes has been a known problem. I encountered the issue in my studies of Computer Forensics at the University of Westminster. We were assigned a task to compare computer forensic tools and report results. Having already analysed test images by Brian Carrier (http://dftt.sourceforge.net) over … Continue reading

Digital Forensics is not just HOW but WHY

This paper will focus on the proper understanding of Digital Forensics from the educational point-of-view and explain the problem with certification based skill validation to establish “expert” skills since Digital Forensic education did not really existed up to just a few years ago.  Since Digital Forensics is a discipline of Forensic Science when it comes … Continue reading

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