Digital forensics is still a young science. That newness, coupled with the fast-changing world of computer technology, has resulted in a digital forensics taxonomy that is poorly defined and confusing to computer security experts and law enforcement alike. Network forensics is a sub-discipline of digital forensics, dealing with evidence that passes over a computer network. Network forensics can be applied to network security (checking organizational networks for vulnerabilities) or within traditional law enforcement and judicial contexts…
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