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Digital Evidence and Computer Crime, 3rd Edition by Eoghan Casey

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Chapter 22

Applying Forensic Science to Networks

Eoghan Casey

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Like computers, networks contain digital evidence that can be used to establish that a crime has been committed, determine how a crime was committed, provide investigative leads, reveal links between an offender and victim, disprove or support witness statements, and identify likely suspects. For instance, several hours after the Columbia Space Shuttle crash in 2003, it became evident that a crime was being committed when pieces of the ...

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