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Chromium-Based Microsoft Edge From A Forensic Point Of View

by Oleg Skulkin & Svetlana Ostrovskaya Recently Microsoft finally released the Chromium-based version of Edge Browser, so it seems we’ll miss ESE databases soon (not). Of course, it may have a similar set of forensic artifacts to Chromium or Chrome, but we must check it anyway. What’s more, the browser is available not only for … Continue reading

Forensic Analysis of Damaged SQLite Databases

by Oleg Skulkin & Igor Mikhaylov SQLite databases are very common sources of forensic artifacts nowadays. A lot of mobile applications store data in such databases: you can also find them on desktop computers and laptops as well as, for example, forensicating web-browsers, messengers and some other digital evidence sources. There are a lot of … Continue reading

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