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Help! Damaged accompanying DVD for "Real Digital Forensics"
I wonder if anyone out there would be kind enough to help me. I'm a fraud investigator with a (personal) tech background, so I'm naturally gravitating more and more to learning forensic analysis, etc. A while back, I bought Brian Carrier's "File System Forensic Analysis" and "Real Digital Forensics - Computer Security and Incident Response" (Jones, Bejtlich, Rose). Because I was just starting to learn, I followed the prerequisite advice in RDF and read Carrier's book first.
The only problem is that in the meanwhile, I managed to crack (physically!) the DVD that goes along with "Real Digital Forensics". It's a hard break, and the basic disc information can't even be read by any of the drives I've tried.
For all intents and purposes, I'm SOL, which I accept. However, if someone else out there has the book and DVD, I would be forever in your debt if you could give me an .iso of the disc. I'll gladly provide proof that I do, indeed, own the book and a broken DVD (heck, I'll even send you the broken one).
The license allows me to make one backup copy of the DVD. Damn - I wish I'd done that.
Alternatively, can anyone point me to the same resources that were on the DVD? The open source software is easy enough to find, but I was really excited about studying the case files the authors included.
Please accept my sincerest thanks, in advance, to anyone and everyone who can offer some assistance (even taunts and insults are OK).
Dan Sprehe, CFE
Last edited by investigizzle on Tue Sep 22, 2009 9:30 am; edited 1 time in total
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Thanks for the response. Problem resolved.