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Gambling machines Forensic Examination

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Gambling machines Forensic Examination

Post Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 3:32 am

Hi everyone, recently we are facing difficulties of examining slot machines or gambling machines, could somebody share with us experiences, tools, programs and methods you have used?  

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Re: Gambling machines Forensic Examination

Post Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 6:45 am

- A.Jashari
Hi everyone, recently we are facing difficulties of examining slot machines or gambling machines, could somebody share with us experiences, tools, programs and methods you have used?


Your question is a every "wide" one, maybe you can get better help if you can narrow it a little to some specific manufacturer/model/version, as recommended in:
www.forensicfocus.com/...ic/t=6399/

2. Give as much information as you can about the problem. Most people are very willing to help but it can be frustrating if there are obvious gaps which need to be filled before they can do so. Describe the general context of the situation, explain something about your own background or experience if relevant, describe any hardware or software in detail (including version numbers) etc. The more information you can give, the more likely you are to get a useful reply.


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Re: Gambling machines Forensic Examination

Post Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 7:36 am

- A.Jashari
Hi everyone, recently we are facing difficulties of examining slot machines or gambling machines, could somebody share with us experiences, tools, programs and methods you have used?


I know a guy with the Washington State Gambling Commission. If you want I 'll touch bases with him and see if he is willing to help you out.  

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Re: Gambling machines Forensic Examination

Post Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 9:00 am

- jaclaz


I guess slot machines and gambling machines are EXACTLY the same and ALL slot machines and gambling machines in existence are EXACTLY the same make/model and run the same EXACT software/OS on the same EXACT firmware on the same EXACT hardware, right? Shocked

jaclaz


There are probably nicer ways to respond.
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Re: Gambling machines Forensic Examination

Post Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 9:18 am

- Jonathan

There are probably nicer ways to respond.

Sure, there may be some Smile , just like there are probably ways to ask less vague questions.

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Re: Gambling machines Forensic Examination

Post Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 10:55 am

- jaclaz
- Jonathan

There are probably nicer ways to respond.

Sure, there may be some Smile , just like there are probably ways to ask less vague questions.

jaclaz


Yup!
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Re: Gambling machines Forensic Examination

Post Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 7:04 pm

Very specialized field. CF people aren't going to do an effective job. You need a retired guy from somewhere like IGT.

Just like trying to examine cars, CF people think it has electronics, I know I can hook encase up and hit acquire.

Farm that job out and maybe stay on as a liaison or something like that.
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