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I am Newbie

Computer forensics discussion. Please ensure that your post is not better suited to one of the forums below (if it is, please post it there instead!)
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ponsukeen
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I am Newbie

Post Posted: Oct 06, 18 03:09

Hi there. my name is Pon. im 29 from Vietnamese. i have a few question to ask everyone around here..

1)what is the most important thing for me to know about data forensic
2) did forensic focus provide training and all the tools for data recovery

im an entreprenuer in my country who just involved in this type of business (sorry for bad english)  
 
  

MDCR
Senior Member
 

Re: I am Newbie

Post Posted: Oct 06, 18 08:53

- ponsukeen
Hi there. my name is Pon. im 29 from Vietnamese. i have a few question to ask everyone around here..

1)what is the most important thing for me to know about data forensic
2) did forensic focus provide training and all the tools for data recovery

im an entreprenuer in my country who just involved in this type of business (sorry for bad english)


1. Be curious and learn all the time.

2. No, it is just a website. Tools are written by professionals at work and amateurs at home with too much free time.  
 
  

jaclaz
Senior Member
 

Re: I am Newbie

Post Posted: Oct 06, 18 12:23

- MDCR
... amateurs at home with too much free time.

... AND a particular interest on the topic AND the wish to share their findings or tools...

And the word for today is "dismissive":
www.thesaurus.com/browse/dismissive

jaclaz
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