Digital Forensics Round-Up, April 17 2024

A round-up of this week’s digital forensics news and views:

Beyond the Windshield: Dashcam Forensics – A Quick Overview

Let’s delve into the realm of dash cameras for a moment. These devices serve as impartial witnesses, capturing crucial evidence leading up to incidents…

Read More (Shanon Burgess, LinkedIn)

Cybercrime Makes Techno Cops a Commodity

Recently, telecommunications giant AT&T announced that their database had been hacked, resulting in roughly 73 million current and previous customers’ personal information winding up in the hands of cyber criminals…

Read More (National Police Association)

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DeRR.p. Investigating Power Events on Samsung Devices

Recently we received an email at work asking about a video clip the author had seen on their local television station. The clip showed a forensic examiner examining a file on a Samsung phone that indicated someone had turned the phone off…

Read More (The Binary Hick)

Expert in odometer tampering case says he cannot pinpoint individuals behind fraudulent activity

A digital forensics expert tasked with examining a selection of imported Japanese used cars suspected of odometer tampering has testified that he couldn’t determine the specific individuals responsible for the alleged fraudulent activity…

Read More (Malta Today)

Digital Forensics: The Good, the Bad, and the AI-Generated

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past year, you have heard something about artificial intelligence (AI). AI chat, art, and everything in between have been all over social media and news feeds…

Read More (ACEDS)

First ‘Cybercrime Index’ Ranks Countries by Threat Level

Following three years of research, an international team of researchers have compiled the first ever “World Cybercrime Index,” which identifies the globe’s key cybercrime hotspots by ranking the most significant sources of cybercrime at a national level…

Read More (Forensic Mag)

Cambodian cybercrime law seen as threat to dissent

The Cambodian government is pushing ahead with a cybercrime law that experts say could be wielded to further curtail freedom of speech amid an ongoing crackdown on dissent…

Read More (Bangkok Post)

Forensic Collection from Proxmox VE

The following are some notes and a bit of a guide regarding collecting memory and disk from Proxmox Virtual Environment (hereafter PVE)…

Read More (ØSecurity)

Infosys Foundation grants Rs 33 crore to police to tackle cyber crimes in Karnataka

Amid rising cyber crimes, the collaboration between the Infosys Foundation and the Karnataka Police will add more impetus to the investigating agencies…

Read More (Indian Express)

Operation-based prefetching

Have you ever seen files like ““? TL;DR: these are operation-based prefetch files…

Read More (My DFIR Blog)

Parliament nod for regulations on cybercrime protection

The National Assembly has approved the regulations that will provide a framework to monitor, detect and respond to cybersecurity threats within Kenya’s cyberspace and ensure the protection of the critical information structure…

Read More (People Daily)

Mozambique Launches Digital Forensic Laboratory to Strengthen Criminal Investigation Capabilities

The upgrade of forensic laboratories in Africa enhances law enforcement’s ability to effectively investigate crimes, gather crucial evidence, and ensure justice and security across the continent…

Read More (We Are Tech)

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