Digital Forensics Round-Up, November 02 2023

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

Digital Forensics vs. the Invisible Internet Project

In the decade since the darknet underground site Silk Road was seized by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), the number of Dark Web users has only increased…

Read More (Forensic Mag)

Families of Hostages Kidnapped by Hamas Turn to Phone Pings for Proof of Life

More than 220 people are believed to have been kidnapped and taken to Gaza by Hamas. Their loved ones are trying to trace them using every grain of information they can find…

Read More (WIRED)

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Real-Time Collaboration Any Time You Need It

Tune in with Keith Lockhart and Dan Dollarhide as they tour the Oxygen Analytic Center while displaying its capabilities of providing real time collaboration, analytic investigation, anytime | anywhere access and the ability to integrate with Oxygen Forensic® Detective…

Read More (Forensic Focus)

Linux Incident Response – getting the EXT4 file creation time

EXT4 (released in 2006) does include a file creation timestamp, the only problem is that we can’t always get access to it without examining disk images…

Read More (LinkedIn)

IoT empowered smart cybersecurity framework for intrusion detection in internet of drones

The emergence of drone-based innovative cyber security solutions integrated with the Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized navigational technologies with robust data communication services across multiple platforms…

Read More (Nature)

Uncovering the Digital Maze: IoT and Data Forensics in the Asia-Pacific

In a world where technology is constantly evolving, the Asia-Pacific region is at the forefront of a digital revolution…

Read More (Telecom Review)

INTERPOL – Framework for Responding to a Drone Incident.

Drones are becoming less expensive while the technology behind them continues to develop rapidly. As
such, we are seeing an increase in their use not only recreationally and commercially but also for criminal

Read More (sUAS News)

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