Those investigating crime have long understood the value of evidence. In its most literal sense, evidence is “that which demonstrates that a fact is so”. By acquiring evidence we build a picture of what happened, how it came to be and, hopefully, who did it. The digital world is no different to the physical world in that every event leaves a trace. This digital evidence can be gathered and pieced together to help develop our understanding of the what, how and who of an incident. Over time, this process has come to be referred to as Computer Forensics…
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