Computers can contain a wealth of evidence, making them valuable resources for law enforcement, government officials, private companies and the like. That’s even if the user thinks incriminating files have been deleted, or if nothing on the hard drive is related to the crime itself. “Sixty to 80 percent of all crimes involve computers to some degree,” said Brian Carrier, an organizer of the three-day Digital Forensic Research Workshop hosted this week by Purdue University. “More and more crimes are involving computers…”
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