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(@athulin)
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What test exactly are you referring to? Don't see any test of either of those two products on their site? What am I missing?

http//www.cftt.nist.gov/disk_imaging.htm
https://www.cyberfetch.org/groups/community/test-results-digital-data-acquisition-tool-paladin-40

Thanks … I double-checked that page, and still didn't see it. Must be getting rusty …

 
Posted : 12/11/2014 12:29 am
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NIST & DCCI protocols can be used as a template to develop one's own overview for "how well [one] think each one fits the Daubert (or Frye) standard" - irrelevant of these organizations' overall productivity, or quality of their works.

I felt my response in the other thread was a reasonable answer considering it provided two answers to questions that came up in the thread, and a solution to the original post. Indeed, it did not need the editorial oops .

I welcome your constructive criticism of their protocols.

What about non-constructive criticism on the amount of tests they make? roll

http//www.forensicfocus.com/Forums/viewtopic/p=6569805/#6569805

wink

jaclaz

 
Posted : 12/11/2014 8:47 pm
jaclaz
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I felt my response in the other thread was a reasonable answer considering it provided two answers to questions that came up in the thread, and a solution to the original post. Indeed, it did not need the editorial oops .

Maybe there has been a misunderstanding ? , I made the note NOT to criticize the contents of your referenced post (which I actually appreciated personally ) ), on the contrary I wanted to highlight how even non-constructive criticism may be interesting and/or appreciated.

jaclaz

 
Posted : 12/11/2014 10:57 pm
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