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INFOSYS 727 Lab 03 - Computer Forensics

INFOSYS 727 Lab 03 - Computer Forensics - INFOSYS 727...

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INFOSYS 727 Advanced Information Security DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Computer Forensics lab “The goal of computer forensics is to examine digital media in a forensically sound manner with the aim of identifying, preserving, recovering, analyzing and presenting facts and opinions about the information” (Source:Wikipedia) By finishing this lab, students are expected to be able to: Understand different stages involved in the digital forensics investigation process Use basic functionalities of forensic tools, specifically FTK (Forensic tool kit), which is a court- accepted digital investigations software. Stages involved in a Forensics investigation process: 1. Acquisition a. Acquiring evidence that has to be investigated. In the case of digital forensics evidence is usually an ‘image’ of the hard drive of the digital equipment on which the evidence sits. b. An Image is an exact replica of the hard drive in its current stage and not a ‘copy’ of its contents. An ‘image’ thus includes all the unused space of the drive.
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