Week 10 Homework - you to view and edit data in the most...

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Bill Frino CMIS 335P Wednesday, November 3, 2010 Hands-on Project 9-1 Page # 377 #13 The Hex Workshop Hex Editor is a set of hexadecimal development tools for Microsoft Windows, combining advanced binary editing with the ease and flexibility of a word processor. With Hex Workshop you can edit, cut, copy, paste, insert, and delete hex, print customizable hex dumps, and export to RTF or HTML for publishing. Additionally you can go to, find, replace, compare, calculate checksums, add smart bookmarks, color map, and generate character distributions within a sector or file. Hex Workshop supports drag and drop and is integrated with the Windows operating system so you can quickly and easily hex edit from your most frequently used workspaces. The Data Inspector is perfect for interpreting, viewing, and editing decimal and binary values. Arithmetic, logical, ascii case, and bitwise operations can be used to help manipulation your data in place. An Integrated Structure Viewer allows
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Unformatted text preview: you to view and edit data in the most intuitive and convenient way. Case Project 9-2 Page # 379 After being given the graphics files I would start by using scope creep. Scope creep increases the time and resources needed to extract, analyze, and present evidence. You must be sure to document any requests for additional information, in case you must explain why the investigation took longer than planned, why the scope widened during the course of the investigation, and so forth. One of the most critical aspects of computer forensics is validating digital evidence because ensuring the integrity of the data you collect is essential for presenting evidence in court. Most computer forensics tools, such as ProDiscover, X-Ways Forensics, and FTK Imager, provided automated hashing of image files. To decode encrypted files users supply a password or passphrase. Without the passphrase, recovering the contents of the encrypted files is difficult....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2011 for the course COMPUTER S 101 taught by Professor Xxx during the Spring '11 term at Holy Family University.

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