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Ankit Gupta has shared third part of the article ‘Digital Forensics Investigation through OS Forensics’.
The article tell us:
The Windows registry contains information about recently received files and significant information about user actions. The registry is a very useful tool for the administrator and forensic investigator.
Jason ran into a hierarchy of keys / subkeys of the registry, which intrigued him. So he decided to write a blog “Registry Key RecentApps”.
The top-level key, called RecentApps, contained links to several applications and files that were available on the system. In addition to the name of the application and the file, it found that the full path to the file and the last access to the file was available from the RecentApps key hierarchy.
What to do after hack – 5 unusual places where you can find evidence
This article describes how and where to find evidence of tampering. It shows the 5 places that you want to see in the first place during the investigation.
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