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Computer Forensics JumpStart, Second Edition by Diane Barrett, Neil Broom, Ed Tittel, K Rudolph, Michael G. Solomon

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What Are You Looking For?

The variety of operating systems, application programs, and storage methods available today means that when it comes to looking for evidence there are a multitude of places to look. Digital evidence can be found in numerous sources, including stored data, applications used to create data, and the computer system that produced the activity. Systems can be huge and complex, and they can change rapidly. Data can be hidden in many different locations and formats. After you find such data, you may have to process it to make it readable by people.

Discovering Evidence Using Connectors

connector

The part of a cable that plugs into a port or interface to connect devices. Male connectors are identified by exposed pins. Female ...

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