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todayMay 6, 2024


Digital Forensics Jay Ravtole

Here are 30 reasons why Cyber Forensics is growing

Cyber forensics is a rapidly expanding field that plays a crucial role in the investigation of digital crimes and security breaches. Here are many reasons that contribute to its growth Increasing Cybercrime Rates: As more activities move online, cybercriminals have expanded their activities, leading to a surge in cybercrimes. The ...

todayMarch 30, 2024


Digital Forensics Jay Ravtole

Browser Forensics: Examining Browser Artifacts

Web browsers are widely used to access different online platforms and services. Digital investigations pertaining to criminal cases, cybersecurity incidents, or other illicit actions require important insights into people’s online behaviour, which can be obtained through the analysis of browser artifacts. Cookies, cache files, downloaded files, and browsing histories are ...

todayMarch 26, 2024


Mobile Forensic Jay Ravtole

Prioritizing Acquisition and Image of Mobile Forensic Images

Mobile Acquisition Possibilities Mobile devices provide a variety of possible acquisition opportunities. The capacity to collect a specific sort of acquisition will be determined by the mobile device’s make/model/operating system, as well as the lab’s accessible instruments. The mobile acquisitions include Full File System, Physical, Logical, After First Unlock (AFU), ...

todayJanuary 24, 2024


General Forensics


Introduction Graphology, the study and analysis of handwriting, has been a subject of fascination for centuries. Even though it is frequently associated with personality assessment and hiring processes, graphology also plays a significant role in forensic science. This blog explores the intriguing field of graphology within the context of forensic ...

todayJanuary 23, 2024


Digital Forensics Anjali Singhal

What are some common challenges of decrypting encrypted data?

Encryption types There are several types of encryptions, including symmetric, asymmetric, hashing, and steganography. Each type has advantages and limitations, as well as decryption methods and tools that differ. For example, symmetric encryption encrypts and decrypts data using the same key, making it faster and simpler but more prone to ...

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