Millions of Americans use technology every day, usually it is on computers, smart phones
or tablets. They use these devices to exchange emails or surf the internet. With the frequent use
of technology by average everyd
Part 1: Discussion Questions
1. Discuss the initial- and extensive-response field kits described in Chapter 5of the text.
What do you think about the kits (opinions/observations)? Would you add or remove
something from the kits?
2. Use the Internet: analy
Starting a Computer
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There are three important categories to consider when starting a Computer Forensics
Business; the business setup, the business plan and the money. In this paper I w
SHA-256 is one of four secure hash algorithms designed by the National Security Agency in
2002. The purpose of these algorithms is to process a message to produce a condensed
presentation called a message di
Before USB 2.0 was created in April of 2000, there was USB 1.0 and USB 1.1 (Norton,
A. 2009). USB 2.0 has a higher data rate transfer than the previous versions of USB. USB 2.0
has bandwidth speeds of 480 Mbps
Googles GFS was implemented to meet the continuous demand for Googles data processing
needs. Compared to previous File Systems, GFS shares the same goals as these previously used
File Systems. These goals are performa
Starting a Computer
Forensics Business: What is
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Opening a Business can be intimidating and rewarding at
the same time. When opening a Computer Forensic Business
there are different steps and physical aspects to consider.
Discuss whether steganography is a good solution for image and movie piracy. Discuss how
steganography can relate to digital rights management (DRM) solutions.
Steganography is used to protect music from being illegally copied by introducing subtle
Lossless compression tools generally use either Huffman coding or Lempel-Ziv-Welch (LZW)
coding. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each method. If you were asked to
develop a new data compression tool, what coding system would they use? Explain
The U.S. Department of Defense recommends wiping a storage media at least three to seven
times to prevent possible retrieval of sensitive information. Do these numbers seem
excessive? Discuss the process and why seven times may be or may not be excessive.
Is it easier to perform a computer forensic investigation if the suspects computer is a Linux or
UNIX system instead of Windows? Does the OS affect the process at all? Consider all flavors of
Linux/UNIX and Windows. Discuss.
Many vendor tools do not suppo