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Initially Windows 8 had a workstation and server edition. The server edition became Windows Server 2012.
  
Linux Unified Key Setup (LUKS) is commonly used by Linux to encrypt storage media volumes. LUKS is implemented in the Linux kernel in dm-crypt (dm = Device Mapper) and the user-space component cryptsetup.
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== New Features ==
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The following new features were introduced in Windows 8:
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* [[Windows Shadow Volumes | File History]]
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* [[Windows Storage Spaces | Storage Spaces]]
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* [[Search Charm History]]
  
LUKS supports various encryption methods, like:
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== File System ==
* [[AES]]
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The file system used by Windows 8 is primarily [[NTFS]].
* [[Anubis]]
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* [[Blowfish|BlowFish]]
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* [[Cast5]]
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* [[Cast6]]
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* [[Serpent]]
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* [[TwoFish]]
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These encryption methods can be used in various chaining modes and with various initialization vector modes.
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The [[Resilient File System (ReFS)]] was initially available in the Windows 8 server edition but became part of Windows 2012 server edition.
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== Jump Lists ==
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[[Jump Lists]] are Task Bar artifacts that were first introduced on Windows 7 and are also available on Windows 8.
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== Prefetch ==
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The prefetch hash function is similar to [[Windows 2008]].
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== Registry ==
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The [[Windows_Registry|Windows Registry]] remains a core component of the Windows operating system.
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== See Also ==
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* [[Windows]]
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* [[Windows Vista]]
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* [[Windows 7]]
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
* [http://clemens.endorphin.org/nmihde/nmihde-A4-ds.pdf New Methods in Hard Disk Encryption], by Clemens Fruhwirth, July 18, 2005
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Features_new_to_Windows_8 Features new to Windows 8], Wikipedia
* [http://wiki.cryptsetup.googlecode.com/git/LUKS-standard/on-disk-format.pdf LUKS On-Disk Format Specification - Version 1.2.1], by Clemens Fruhwirth, October 16, 2011
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* [http://computerforensics.champlain.edu/blog/windows-8-forensics Windows 8 Forensics - part 1]
* [https://access.redhat.com/site/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/Security_Guide/sect-Security_Guide-LUKS_Disk_Encryption.html LUKS Disk Encryption], by [[RedHat]]
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* [http://computerforensics.champlain.edu/blog/windows-8-forensics-part-2 Windows 8 Forensics - part 2]
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* [http://computerforensics.champlain.edu/blog/windows-8-forensics-part-3 Windows 8 Forensics - part 3]
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* [http://propellerheadforensics.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/thomson_windows-8-forensic-guide2.pdf Windows 8 Forensic Guide], by [[Amanda Thomson|Amanda C. F. Thomson]], 2012
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* [http://forensicfocus.com/Forums/viewtopic/t=9604/ Forensic Focus: Windows 8 Forensics - A First Look], [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhCooEz9FQs&feature=youtu.be Presentation], [http://www.forensicfocus.com/downloads/windows-8-forensics-josh-brunty.pdf Slides], by [[Josh Brunty]], August 2012
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* [http://dfstream.blogspot.ch/2013/03/windows-8-tracking-opened-photos.html Windows 8: Tracking Opened Photos], by [[Jason Hale]], March 8, 2013
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* [http://dfstream.blogspot.com/2013/09/windows-8-and-81-search-charm-history.html indows 8 and 8.1: Search Charm History], by [[Jason Hale]], September 9, 2013
  
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[[Category:Operating systems]]
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Revision as of 12:15, 20 October 2013

Initially Windows 8 had a workstation and server edition. The server edition became Windows Server 2012.

Contents

New Features

The following new features were introduced in Windows 8:

File System

The file system used by Windows 8 is primarily NTFS.

The Resilient File System (ReFS) was initially available in the Windows 8 server edition but became part of Windows 2012 server edition.

Jump Lists

Jump Lists are Task Bar artifacts that were first introduced on Windows 7 and are also available on Windows 8.

Prefetch

The prefetch hash function is similar to Windows 2008.

Registry

The Windows Registry remains a core component of the Windows operating system.

See Also

External Links