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Walkthrough: Carving With Belkasoft Evidence Center

by Yuri Gubanov, Danil Nikolaev & Igor Mikhailov © Belkasoft Research Carving is an irreplaceable technique widely used in data recovery and digital forensics. By using carving, we essentially perform a low-level scan of media for various artifacts, looking for signatures—specific sequences of bytes, characteristic of different types of data. This also means that carving … Continue reading

The Necessity Of Developing A Standard For Exchanging A Chain Of Custody Of Digital Evidence Data

by Jasmin Cosic, Miroslav Baca & Peter Grd Abstract Today there is no criminal investigation that does not contain a digital dimension. A large number of criminal offenses, whether official investigations conducted by judicial bodies or corporate investigations, contain digital evidence, which in most investigations is key to the identification of perpetrators. Since the cyber … Continue reading

Authenticating Internet Web Pages as Evidence: a New Approach

By John Patzakis [1] and Brent Botta [2] Previously, in Forensic Focus, we addressed the issue of evidentiary authentication of social media data (see previous entries here and here). General Internet site data available through standard web browsing, instead of social media data provided by APIs or user credentials, presents slightly different but just as compelling challenges, … Continue reading

689 Published Cases Involving Social Media Evidence (with full case listing)

The torrent of social media evidence continues to grow. In November 2011 we, at X1 Discovery, searched online legal databases of state and federal court decisions across the United States to identify the number of cases from 2010 and through November 2011 where evidence from social networking sites played a significant role.  As we mentioned … Continue reading

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