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Computer forensics is used to find legal evidence in computers or storage devices. Although this course won't teach you how to become a digital forensics detective, it will cover the basics of this growing (and exciting) technical field. Author Jungwoo Ryoo reviews the basics: the goals of computer forensics, the types of investigations it's used for, a forensic investigator's typical toolset, and the legal implications of this type of work. Then he'll show how to prepare for an investigation; acquire data "live" while the system is running, statically from a hard drive, or from a remote machine; make sure data is kept in its original state with software and hardware write blockers; analyze the data; and create a report of your findings. Jungwoo uses a combination of open-source and commercial software, so you'll be able to uncover the information you need with the tools that are in your budget.
Hi, my name is Jungwoo Ryoo and welcome to Computer Forensics Essential Training. This course provides an introduction to computer forensics by Going over all the major aspects of computer forensics. By the end of this course, you will have a good understanding of what computer forensics is all about. We'll start with preparing for computer forensics investigations. In this chapter, we'll be using softer and harder write blockers to protect your evidence.
In the next chapter, we'll be using hashing tools, such as md five sum, to verify the validity of your evidence. Next, we'll learn how to acquire data using a commercial data acquisition software such as FDK Imager. Finally, we'll be analyzing the acquired data using open source computer forensics software suite called Autopsy. Now let's get started with Computer Forensics Essential Training.
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