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Windows 8 Touch Keyboard Forensics

Microsoft released Windows 8 in 2012. With this new version, Microsoft made a fundamental shift in Windows 8 as compare to older versions of Windows. It does not only target netbooks, laptops and traditional computers, instead they decided to use the same technology in Windows 8 tablets. This is why Windows 8 operating system is … Continue reading

Windows 8: Important Considerations for Computer Forensics and Electronic Discovery

Introduction Documents identified by computer forensic investigations in civil litigation typically require review and analysis by attorneys to determine if the uncovered evidence could support causes of action such as breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, misappropriation of trade secrets, tortious interference, or unfair competition.  In addition, bit-for-bit forensic imaging of workstations is also … Continue reading

Timeline Analysis – A One Page Guide

First published February 2010 by Darren Quick Comments and suggestions may be sent to Prepare The scope of the request determines the data to be collected, such as within a specific timeframe, and data of relevance such as specific documents, pictures or video. Can be from multiple computers, other digital data holdings, or other … Continue reading

Apple Property List: Comparing the Mac OS X Property List to the Windows Registry

First published April 2009 Dennis Browning Champlain College Burlington, VT Abstract This paper will introduce the Property Lists in the Apple OS X and compare them to the Microsoft Windows Registry. Also within this paper we will examine how important some of the Property List can be to an examination. Examples of crucial information … Continue reading

A Forensic Analysis Of The Windows Registry

First published November 2007 Derrick J. Farmer Champlain College Burlington, Vermont (click here for a revised, quick reference PDF version of this paper) AbstractThis paper will introduce the Microsoft Windows Registry database and explain how critically important a registry examination is to computer forensics experts. In essence, the paper will discuss various types of … Continue reading

Forensic Analysis of the Windows Registry

First published April 2006 Lih Wern Wong School of Computer and Information Science, Edith Cowan University Abstract Windows registry contains lots of information that are of potential evidential value or helpful in aiding forensic examiners on other aspects of forensic analysis. This paper discusses the basics of Windows XP registry and its structure, data … Continue reading

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