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Hacking exposed computer forensics : secrets & solutions / Chris Davis, David Cowen, Aaron Phillip.
New York : McGraw-Hill/Osborne, c2005.
xxx, 444 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
"Investigate computer crime, corporate malfeasance, and hacker break-ins quickly and effectively with help from this practical and comprehensive resource. You'll get expert information on crucial procedures to prosecute violators successfully while avoiding the pitfalls of illicit searches, privacy violations, and illegally obtained evidence. It's all here - from collecting actionable evidence, re-creating the criminal timeline, and zeroing in on a suspect to uncovering obscured and deleted code, unlocking encrypted files, and preparing lawful affidavits. Plus, you'll get in-depth coverage of the latest PDA and cell phone investigation techniques and real-world case studies."--BOOK JACKET.
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Preparing for an Incident
Case Study: Lab Preparations
Preparing for a Forensics Operation
The Forensics Process
Types of Investigations
The Role of the Investigator
Elements of a Good Process
Proper Evidence Handling
Completeness of Investigation
Management of Archives
Explicit Definition and Justification for the Process
Defining a Process
The Bottom-Up View of a Computer
It's All Just 1s and 0s
Learning from the Past: Giving Computers Memory
Basic Input and Output System (BIOS)
The Operating System
Types of Media
Forensic Lab Environment Preparation
The Ultimate Computer Forensic Lab
What Is a Computer Forensic Laboratory?
Forensic Lab Security
Protecting the Forensic Lab
Components of a Forensic Host
Commercially Available Hardware Systems
Do-It-Yourself Hardware Systems
Forensic Hardware and Software Tools
Using Hardware Tools
Using Software Tools
The Flyaway Kit
Bonus: Linux or Windows?
Collecting the Evidence
Case Study: The Collections Agency
Forensically Sound Evidence Collection.
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Hacking exposed : computer forensics ; secrets and solutions / Chris Davis, David Cowen, Aaron Philipp.