Tucked away in a squat, 1980s-era office park halfway between Washington and Baltimore, 200 digital detectives are scouring the hard drives, MP3 players and compact discs seized from terrorist hide-outs in search of links and clues to their next plans of attack. The craft of unearthing data hidden deep inside computer equipment has become known as “digital forensics.” And the center’s executive director, Steven D. Shirley, predicts it will revolutionize investigations much as DNA did…
What Can You Tell Us About Your Password? A Contextual Approach
Uncovering Windows Registry Data and the Latest Mac Artifacts
Towards a Working Definition and Classification for Automation in Digital Forensics
Important: No API Key Entered.
Many features are not available without adding an API Key. Please go to the YouTube Feed settings page to add an API key after following these instructions.