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FTK Imager Lab 2 Haley Hughes February 10, 2016 Dr. Lehrfeld – Computer Forensics East Tennessee State University
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Purpose: To learn “how to preview, export, hash, acquire, and convert digital evidence using FTK Imager”. (AccessData Group, LLC, 2012) Materials: In this lab, we used FTK Imager to create disk images. A USB was used for this purpose, along with provided evidence files. Procedures and Results FTK Imager was used to create an image of a USB drive. FTK Image provides the options of selecting a physical drive, logical drive, image file, folder contents, or multiple CD/DVD. This allows for several different media devices to be cloned, essentially. After the image is created, FTK Imager provides the user with verification results that can be seen in the following screenshot labeled Figure 1. Information like the sector count and computed MD5 hash is provided. If bad sectors are found after creation, those are noted in the results. This option is completely optional.
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  • Spring '14
  • CharlesRGunter
  • Geography, Cryptographic hash function, FTK Imager

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