Beware Do-it-Yourself Data Recovery Solutions and Products

First published April 2005

by ActionFront Data Recovery Labs

www.ActionFront.com

Do-It-Yourself data recovery software may complicate your problems and diminish the prospects of a successful recovery.

The object of many fix/doctor/repair programs is to try to make the drive, file-system … Read more

Is There a Need for Industry Control?

First published April 2005

by Nick Furneaux
CSITech
www.csitech.co.uk

For many years if someone asked what I did for a living I would have to use an all-purpose description such as I worked in computer security or even worse I … Read more

Computer Forensics – A Business Tool

First published March 2005

by Andy Fox
Director
Audax Digital Forensics
www.audaxuk.com

March 2005

Computer forensics has become an increasingly important part of IT security. A 2003 survey carried out on 201 companies by the National High Tech Crime Unit … Read more

Hard Drive Crash? The Essential Data Recovery Report

First published January 2005

by Greg Duffield

Your worst nightmare just became a horrifying reality. You keep hearing that little voice in your head mockingly shout “you should have backed that stuff up” The voice keeps echoing throughout your head … Read more

Using the Forensic Server Project

First published November 2004

The following is an extract from Chapter 8 of “Windows Forensics & Incident Recovery” by Harlan Carvey.

Collecting data from a potentially compromised system is relatively simple. There are several methodologies for collecting data that an … Read more

Computer forensics software, an introduction

First published September 2004

by Jamie Morris, Forensic Focus

In common with many other professions, the field of computer forensic investigation makes use of tools to allow practitioners to carry out their tasks effectively and efficiently. This article describes some … Read more