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ACLs are Access Control Lists. These might be useful for some forensic analysis, but these days most forensic investigations are concerned with data, not metadata.
 
ACLs are Access Control Lists. These might be useful for some forensic analysis, but these days most forensic investigations are concerned with data, not metadata.
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ACLs are Access Control Lists. These might be useful for some forensic analysis, but these days most forensic investigations are concerned with data, not metadata.

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