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Investigating Internet Crimes by Art Bowker, Todd G. Shipley

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Chapter 13

Investigating Websites and Webpages

This chapter is intended to reveal to the investigator how websites work, how they can be useful in an investigation and how to properly document website evidence. This chapter introduces the reader to the concepts of HTML, and its use in an investigation. It also discusses what can be found on a website and how to identify metadata in embedded images, documents, and videos.

Keywords

webpages; HTML; XML; Java; HTML5; website structure; domain registration; Babel Fish; Google translation; spider; metadata; Exif

All they need to do is to set up some website somewhere selling some bogus product at 20% of the normal market prices and people are going to be tricked into providing their credit card numbers. ...

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