Difference between pages "Talk:Journals" and "Research Topics"

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Should we move this page to something with a more descriptive title? How about [[List of journals related to computer forensics]]? [[User:Jessek|Jessek]] 06:01, 21 April 2007 (PDT)
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Interested in doing research in computer forensics? Looking for a master's topic, or just some ideas for a research paper? Here is our list. Please feel free to add your own ideas. ''Potential Sponsor,'' when present, indicates the name of a researcher who would be interested in lending support in the form of supervision or other resources to a project.
: I don't think so. It's the forensic wiki and these are journals. "forensic journals." Why would you want to change it? [[User:Simsong|Simsong]] 07:41, 21 April 2007 (PDT)
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=Tool Development=
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==AFF Enhancement==
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[[AFF]] is the Advanced Forensics Format, developed by Simson Garfinkel and Basis Technology. The following enhancements would be very useful to the format:
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* Signing with X.509 or GPG keys data segments and metadata.
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* Encryption of data segments with an AES-256 key specified by a password
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* Encryption of the AES-256 key with a public key (and decryption with a corresponding private key)
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''Sponsor for these projects: [[User:Simsong Simson Garfinkel]]''

Revision as of 10:06, 22 April 2007

Interested in doing research in computer forensics? Looking for a master's topic, or just some ideas for a research paper? Here is our list. Please feel free to add your own ideas. Potential Sponsor, when present, indicates the name of a researcher who would be interested in lending support in the form of supervision or other resources to a project.

Tool Development

AFF Enhancement

AFF is the Advanced Forensics Format, developed by Simson Garfinkel and Basis Technology. The following enhancements would be very useful to the format:

  • Signing with X.509 or GPG keys data segments and metadata.
  • Encryption of data segments with an AES-256 key specified by a password
  • Encryption of the AES-256 key with a public key (and decryption with a corresponding private key)

Sponsor for these projects: User:Simsong Simson Garfinkel