Difference between pages "Disk image" and "Afentis forensics"

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A disk image is a full disk copy of the data making up the partition table, file allocation tables and data partitions without regard for operating system.
 
  
A disk image should be made prior to performing any forensic analysis of the disk.  Creating a disk image is important in forensics for several reasons:
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== Afentis Forensics ==
  
1. Ensure that disk information is not inadvertantly changed during analysis.
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Scientific support and investigation practice with expert witnesses providing DNA analysis, fingerprint evaluations, firearm evidence, mobile telephone examinations and Cell Site Analysis (CSA) - from crime scene to court.
  
2. By performing an original disk image and storing the original disk, it is possible to reproduce forensic test results with an exact reproduction of analysis methods on the original evidence.
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Produce a number of eDiscovery and digital evidence software tools, including:
  
3. Disk imaging will capture information invisible to the operating system in use (e.g. hidden partitions, ext3 partitions on a Windows machine, etc.)
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[http://www.facebookforensics.com/ Facebook Forensic Toolkit]
  
== Software ==
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[http://www.linkedinforensics.com/ LinkedIn Forensic Toolkit]
  
Popular software used to create disk images includes [[Norton Ghost]]. A raw image (bit-by-bit) copy of the original media should be done using the software, which may not be the default settings on the software.
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[http://www.youtubeforensics.com/ YouTube Forensic Toolkit]
  
Other possible software, programs include [[dd]], [[dcfldd]], [[EnCase]], and [[FTK]]
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[http://www.tumblrforensics.com/ Tumblr Forensic Toolkit]
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== External Link ==
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[http://www.afentis.com/ Official Website]

Revision as of 13:36, 26 May 2014

Afentis Forensics

Scientific support and investigation practice with expert witnesses providing DNA analysis, fingerprint evaluations, firearm evidence, mobile telephone examinations and Cell Site Analysis (CSA) - from crime scene to court.

Produce a number of eDiscovery and digital evidence software tools, including:

Facebook Forensic Toolkit

LinkedIn Forensic Toolkit

YouTube Forensic Toolkit

Tumblr Forensic Toolkit


External Link

Official Website