Mobile phones have become an important tool in the fight against crime and criminal investigation. However, many mobile forensics investigators face difficulties with the investigation process in their domain. This is due to the fact that there are dispersed dispersions and dispersed dispersions. At the same time, the rapid change in the technology of mobile phones has provided opportunities for criminal activities. The purpose of extracting digital evidence from mobile devices is to use it in court proceedings.
The company Salvation Data published an article on the restoration of files from XFS file systems. XFS is a 64-bit high-performance file system developed by Silicon Graphics Inc. in the early 1990s. XFS differs from other file systems in that it was originally designed for use on large volumes. XFS support was included in the Linux kernel versions 2.4 and 2.6, and thus it became quite universal for Linux systems. The advantage is guaranteed consistency of the file system and accelerated recovery in the event of power failure or system failure.
EVTXtract is new tool for Windows Event Log Analysis. It can recover and extract entries of Windows Event Log files from files, dd images, unallocated space, memory dumps.
At the end of the year, let’s look at the trends of 2016 and their impact on the field of digital forensics. Experts identify the general trends that are characteristic of 2016.
The Device Mesh Internet of Things (IoT) Platforms Adaptive Security Architecture Advanced Machine Learning Mesh App and Service Architecture Autonomous Agents and Things Information of Everything
IT companies continue to develop and therefore traditional prevention and detection is not enough. With the emergence of new opportunities in the digital forensic – medical expertise and cyber – security, which not only cause our fears, but also [...]