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dd, sometimes called [[GNU]]dd, is the oldest of the imaging tools currently in use. A command line program that has been ported to many operating systems, dd uses a complex series of flags to allow the user to image or write data from and to [[raw image files]]. There are a few forks of dd for forensic purposes including [[dcfldd]], [[dccidd]], a [[Microsoft Windows]] version that supports reading [[Physical Memory]].
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dd, sometimes called GNUdd, is the oldest of the imaging tools currently in use. A command line program that has been ported to many operating systems, dd uses a complex series of flags to allow the user to image or write data from and to [[raw image files]]. There are a few forks of dd for forensic purposes including [[dcfldd]], [[dccidd]], a [[Microsoft Windows]] version that supports reading [[Physical Memory]].

Revision as of 17:52, 29 October 2005

dd, sometimes called GNUdd, is the oldest of the imaging tools currently in use. A command line program that has been ported to many operating systems, dd uses a complex series of flags to allow the user to image or write data from and to raw image files. There are a few forks of dd for forensic purposes including dcfldd, dccidd, a Microsoft Windows version that supports reading Physical Memory.