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type ntfs is stored Case: lab2, Host: lab220071001a, C:/lab1_2007- 1001a.img-63- 16755794
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3/26/201 7 11:59 AM EST Mozilla Firefox Autopsy Forensic Browser 2.0 During the analyzing process searches were completed uses the key words, the file type, image details, meta data and data unit were examined and noted Data files found: E- mails, images, sound clips Hard drive 3/26/201 7 Police Investigat ors’ computer Microsoft Word Created my final report File name created: Media Analysis Request. Microsoft Word C. Report Letter to the Professor (10 points): Write a letter to the Professor sharing your experience of what you learned by performing this analysis. Why this work is valuable? What was attempted, what succeeded, what failed? Note: For the Report Letter to the Professor, you can use the major action information from the Log of Forensic Analysis deliverable but should focus on the forensic objectives, attempts, and results of accomplishment or failure, followed by a reflection on what you have learned through the lab. Use a business letter format with at least four or five paragraphs related to the forensic work. Benjamin Mabeba, Jr. CSEC 650 UMUC (currently in Tanzania) 3/26/2017 Dear Dr. Graham, The objective of this letter is to enlighten you of my recent undertakings as a Special Agent and Forensic Examiner working for the FBI Cyber Division, as well as working with Special Agent John Fox in the Organized Crime Division. Lately, a suspect Mr. Joey I. Lawless, was taken into custody for suspicion of racketeering, money laundering, and possible cybercrimes. According to the police wiretaps and other monitoring tools, the suspect is alleged to be operating with the Barzini crime family based in New Jersey. The Police Department believes that the suspect and
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Barzini family were conspiring an arrangement to employ cyber competences for extortion determinations. I have been brought in to implement a forensic examination on the suspect’s personal computer, which was confiscated during the initial investigation at his residence. Throughout my examination I need to present items of evidentiary value associated to the accused's alleged crimes; using the suspect’s e-mails, previous web searches, files, and other materials I can uncover. Once I received the confiscated machine I started my examination using Autopsy Forensic Browser 2.0. With the assistance of this tool, I was able to assess Mr. Lawless’ emails (current and deleted), web sites that he has visited previously, image details, and other logged items. Through that examination, I used keywords that allowed me to receive the most data concerning the accusation as; including Barzini, emails, money, and extortion. When the “Barzini” used as a keyword, I had more than 200 hints of e-mails come up, that I sorted through. I also searched the word “money” and got more than 1000 output. With only these two searches I was able to examine evidence of Mr.
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