Browser Forensics Analysis is a separate, large area of expertise.
Web browsers are used in mobile devices, tablets, netbooks, desktops, etc., and often can be used not just for web surfing, but for navigation through the file system of the device. The web browser’s cache can contain downloaded images, videos, documents, executable files and scripts. Web browsers also can contain data entered into forms: search queries, logins and passwords for web email accounts, social networks, other web sites and financial information (for example, credit card numbers). Favorites and searches can give the researcher an idea of the device owner’s interests.
Creating a digital forensic laboratory is a responsible step. The effectiveness of the laboratory depends on what software, hardware and equipment will be purchased.
DFC specialists took part in the creation and upgrade of several digital forensic laboratories owned by state organizations and private entities and today they will share their tips and tricks.
Special cloud storage iCloud Drive appeared with the release of the eighth version of iOS. iCloud Drive is a new technology for storing data in the “cloud” storage, which replaced the usual standard synchronization of user data with the iCloud account. With the “drive” prefix, the storage capabilities of Apple have significantly expanded.