Computer Forensics

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todayFebruary 9, 2024


Computer Forensics Kanchan Dogra

Understanding DOD Wiping Methods: A Comprehensive Guide

In today’s digital landscape, the rising risks of data breaches, unauthorized access, and improper data disposal underscore the crucial need for robust data security. DOD (Department of Defense) wiping, a concept introduced by the U.S. Department of Defense, emerges as a key guardian of sensitive information. By employing a rigorous ...

todayJanuary 30, 2024


Computer Forensics Anjali Singhal

The Role of RAID in Ensuring Data Reliability for Forensic Investigations

In the field of digital forensics, where accuracy of data and integrity are essential, Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) technology has become vital. RAID provides an important function in ensuring data reliability, availability, and recoverability, making it a valuable resource to forensic investigators. This blog will look at the ...

todayJanuary 12, 2024


Computer Forensics Anjali Singhal

Which File System is Best for Mac Forensic Imaging?

HFS+ and APFS vs exFAT and NTFS: Which File System is Best for Mac Forensic Imaging? When it comes to selecting the destination drive format for Mac forensic imaging, there are numerous alternatives. However, not all file systems operate or behave in the same manner. In this blog, we’ll compare ...

todayJanuary 8, 2024


Computer Forensics + Digital Forensics Anjali Singhal

The Expert’s Guide to Data Privacy: 7 Advanced Algorithms for Permanent File and Folder Removal

There is no security in deletion. In a file system, deleting a file just deletes the file’s entry (pointer) from the file index. Consequently, the actual data is still present on the disk and is simply retrievable with the use of a simple data recovery program. Thus, before discarding, donating, ...

todayJanuary 3, 2024


Computer Forensics Anjali Singhal

The Ultimate Guide to BitLocker: Security Measures and Best Practices in Forensics

Encryption is critical in digital security because it protects sensitive information. By encrypting entire drive volumes, BitLocker, a widely used encryption solution developed by Microsoft, provides a strong protection mechanism. It assures that even if a device enters into the hands of an unauthorized person, the data is inaccessible without ...

todayDecember 15, 2023


Computer Forensics Admin

The Role of Computer Forensics in Solving Cyber Crimes

In the current digital age, where technology permeates every aspect of our lives, the frequency of cybercrime has sharply increased. The spectrum of illicit activities has broadened into the limitless domain of cyberspace, ranging from sophisticated hacking attempts to data breaches and identity theft. Computer forensics has become vital in the never-ending ...

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