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Encyclopedia is defined as - An encyclopedia is a type of reference work – a compendium holding a summary of information from either all branches of knowledge or a particular branch of knowledge (Wikipedia). This page and its linked contents will attempt to divide into sections the known corpus of computer forensic knowledge in regards to operating system artifacts. Once competed, and likely during, the goal of this project is to define what is known and what is still unknown so that we can begin to map out those unknown areas for future research.
 
Encyclopedia is defined as - An encyclopedia is a type of reference work – a compendium holding a summary of information from either all branches of knowledge or a particular branch of knowledge (Wikipedia). This page and its linked contents will attempt to divide into sections the known corpus of computer forensic knowledge in regards to operating system artifacts. Once competed, and likely during, the goal of this project is to define what is known and what is still unknown so that we can begin to map out those unknown areas for future research.
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Current planned operating systems, please add more if you plan to document them
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== Operating Systems: ==
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[[Windows 95]]
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[[Windows 98]]
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[[Windows XP]]
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[[Windows Vista]]
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[[Windows 7]]
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[[Windows 8]]
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[[OSX 10.8]]
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== File Systems ==
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[[FAT]]
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[[NTFS]]
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[[EXT2]]
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[[EXT3]]
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[[EXT4]]
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[[HFS+]]

Revision as of 00:00, 12 September 2013

Encyclopedia is defined as - An encyclopedia is a type of reference work – a compendium holding a summary of information from either all branches of knowledge or a particular branch of knowledge (Wikipedia). This page and its linked contents will attempt to divide into sections the known corpus of computer forensic knowledge in regards to operating system artifacts. Once competed, and likely during, the goal of this project is to define what is known and what is still unknown so that we can begin to map out those unknown areas for future research.

Current planned operating systems, please add more if you plan to document them


Operating Systems:

Windows 95

Windows 98

Windows XP

Windows Vista

Windows 7

Windows 8

OSX 10.8


File Systems

FAT NTFS EXT2 EXT3 EXT4 HFS+