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Sample Reports, Articles & Links

Computer Forensics Reports - Sample Reports, Articles & Links

Good report writing is an essential skill for every computer forensics professional. Included on this page are links to sample reports and other relevant resources. If you would like to submit a new entry (including articles related to report writing) please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Sample Reports

"Forensic Examination of Digital Evidence: A Guide for Law Enforcement" (PDF file)
Published by the US Department of Justice this guide is intended for use by law enforcement officers and other members of the law enforcement community who are responsible for the examination of digital evidence. It includes sample reports.

"Fundamental Computer Investigation Guide For Windows"
The Fundamental Computer Investigation Guide for Windows is a concise collection of processes, tools, and best practice information. It is designed to provide standardized guidance for IT professionals who need to conduct investigations of Microsoft® Windows®–based computers in their organizations. It contains a short sample internal investigation report.

"Honeynet Project Scan of the Month - Scan 24 (October 2002) - Computer Forensics Report"
A report submitted for the Honeynet Project Scan of the Month challenge based on the analysis of a floppy diskette. The report answers specific questions posed by the challenge and is perhaps most useful in that regard rather than in terms of displaying a typical report structure.


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