Defining the present state of the field, this work demonstrates the
need for computer forensics. Explaining all necessary steps, it
presents the required equipment and tools for gathering evidence.
It shows how to frame a problem and conduct a thorough search. The
book looks at the advantages and disadvantages of available
technology, exploring the uniqueness of different systems
(including Windows, Linux, Mac, and UNIX) and discussing how they
require different approaches to evidence collection. This text also
provides guidelines for the efficient presentation of data to build
the most complete and compelling case.
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