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Digital Forensics with Open Source Tools by Harlan Carvey, Cory Altheide

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Introduction

Intended Audience

When writing a technical book, one of the first questions the authors must answer is “Who is your audience?” The authors must then keep this question in mind at all times when writing. While it is hoped that this book is useful to everyone that reads it, the intended audience is primarily two groups.

The first group is new forensic practitioners. This could range from students who are brand new to the world of digital forensics, to active practitioners that are still early in their careers, to seasoned system administrators looking to make a career change. While this book is not a singular, complete compendium of all the forensic knowledge you will need to be successful, it is, hopefully, enough to get you started. ...

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