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== Definition ==
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I know for that slack is generated with any Microsoft [[OS]].
  
In [[computer forensics]] '''slack''' refers to the bytes after the logical end of a file and the end of the cluster wherein the final byte of the valid file resides.
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Can anyone tell me the slack situation with Mac, [[Linux]] or [[Unix]]?
 
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== File Slack Types ==
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=== RAM Slack ===
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The data storage space that exists from the end of a file to the end of the last sector assigned to a file.
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=== Drive Slack ===
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The data storage space that exists from the end of the last sector assigned to a file to the end of the last cluster assigned to a file.
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== See Also ==
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* [[FAT#File_Slack]]
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== External Links ==
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* http://www.forensics-intl.com/def6.html
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Latest revision as of 11:09, 15 May 2007

I know for that slack is generated with any Microsoft OS.

Can anyone tell me the slack situation with Mac, Linux or Unix?