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Jamie
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A new paper entitled "Analysis of hidden data in the NTFS file system" by Cheong Kai Wee of Edith Cowan University is now online at

http//www.forensicfocus.com/hidden-data-analysis-ntfs

Cheers,

Jamie

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Posted : 16/01/2006 8:46 pm
Igor_Michailov
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Not load images

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Posted : 16/01/2006 9:17 pm
Jamie
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Can you clarify? Are you experiencing problems viewing the images? Anyone else?

Jamie

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Posted : 16/01/2006 9:34 pm
psu89
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No problems here. I can see it.

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Posted : 16/01/2006 10:37 pm
arashiryu
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I can view. No issues here.

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Posted : 16/01/2006 10:56 pm
fatrabbit
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Page displays fine.

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Posted : 17/01/2006 1:01 am
bjgleas
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I can not see those images either. Would it be possible to get a PDF copy of the paper posted?

Thanks,

bj

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Posted : 17/01/2006 5:57 am
Jamie
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Hmmm, not sure why the images aren't visible for some. I'll look into the PDF idea.

Jamie

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Posted : 17/01/2006 6:13 am
bjgleas
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While getting the paper will be great, I am also interested in why those graphics won't show up. I can't see them on either my military system (a direct feed to the US), or via my local Korean ISP.

It wouldn't surprise me if somewhere between here and there that some firewall, router, anti-virus or some other device is somehow blocking them based on a signature, name, or some other perceived threat.

But it is nice to know it's not just me.

bj

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Posted : 17/01/2006 6:21 am
Igor_Michailov
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Interesting situation

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Posted : 17/01/2006 6:21 am
Jamie
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Yeah, that is quite interesting. Presumably other site graphics are visible (e.g. site logo, avatars, etc.)? Can you see the image near the bottom in this article

http//www.forensicfocus.com/index.php?name=Content&pid=57&page=4

Jamie

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Posted : 17/01/2006 7:17 am
bjgleas
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I can see that image, and have been able to see everthing else at the site. When the three images on that paper wouldn't come up, I just figured it was a temporary glitch that would work itself out…

bj

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Posted : 17/01/2006 7:27 am
Jamie
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Strange indeed. Not the end of the world, I guess, but I'd be interested in any other theories!

Jamie

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Posted : 17/01/2006 7:35 am
bjgleas
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Jamie

When I copy the URLs and put them into explorer directly,

http//www.forensicfocus.com/images/other/kai-wee-ntfs-hidden-data-fig1.gif
http//www.forensicfocus.com/images/other/kai-wee-ntfs-hidden-data-tab1.gif

The fig1 image shows up, but for tab1 I get your

"More than a billion websites, and you had to pick this one

File does not exist The URL that you requested, /images/other/kai-wee-ntfs-hidden-data-tab1.gif, could not be found. Perhaps you either mistyped the URL or we have a broken link."

That true for both IE and Netscape.

The only difference I can see is that the three graphics we can't access are called "tabx" instead of "figx". Can you copy and rename one of the tables "fig0" instead of "tab1"? Send me the link to it, and I'll see if I can access it.

bj

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Posted : 17/01/2006 9:25 am
fatrabbit
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Odd indeed. I had no problem viewing those images from my home computer but I can’t see them while using my military system either. Having said that if our firewall or router blocks any sites it tells you specifically, it doesn't just present a broken link like this is doing.

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Posted : 17/01/2006 1:28 pm
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