Digital Forensic Glossary

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todayJanuary 13, 2024

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Digital Forensic Glossary Jay Ravtole

Types of VPNs & Protocols

A VPN (or Virtual Private Network) is a technology that was primarily developed to serve businesses. Its major function was to provide secure, cost-effective, and flexible solutions to safeguard corporate networks. It made work tools and data accessible to employees while restricting access to everyone else. Rather than depending on ...

todayJanuary 13, 2024

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Digital Forensic Glossary Harshita Choudhary

Digital Forensic Glossary

A Driver A group of files that enable one or more hardware devices to communicate with the computer’s operating system. Without drivers, the computer would not be able to send and receive data correctly to hardware devices, such as a printer. A Message Digest Algorithm 5 (MD5) Hash An algorithm ...

todayDecember 28, 2023

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Digital Forensic Glossary Anjali Singhal

Enhancing Cybercrime Investigations: The Role of Digital Forensics in India

Obtaining, storing, and evaluating digital evidence presents a major difficulty for Indian law enforcement authorities in the modern, technologically advanced world where digital traces are essential to solving crimes. To effectively address this challenge and strengthen their investigative capabilities, the integration of strong digital forensics solutions becomes paramount. The Role ...

todayDecember 27, 2023

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Digital Forensic Glossary Anjali Singhal

Understanding the Basics of SHA256 Hash Algorithm

The SHA-256 hash algorithm is a key tool in the field of cryptography, respected for its dependability and extensive application in guaranteeing data integrity, authentication, and security. This thorough manual seeks to give readers a thorough grasp of the fundamentals of the SHA-256 hash algorithm by examining its functions, uses, ...

todayDecember 27, 2023

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Digital Forensic Glossary Anjali Singhal

Understanding MD5 Hashing Algorithm: A Complete Guide

In today’s digital world, the need for secure data transmission and storage is paramount. One of the fundamental tools in ensuring data integrity and security is cryptographic hash functions. Among these, the MD5 (Message Digest Algorithm 5) hashing algorithm has been widely used for various purposes. This comprehensive guide aims ...

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