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'''Websites''' about [[digital forensics]] and related topics.
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'''OpenBSD''' is a [[Unix]]-like operating system. It is said to be very secure, so much so the authors can make the claim of “Only two remote holes in the default install, in more than 10 years!”. This claim is something very few [[operating systems]] can testify to.
  
= Digital Forensics =
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== External Links ==
  
* [http://www.lnx4n6.be/ Belgian Computer Forensic Website] - Linux oriented.
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* [http://www.openbsd.org Official website]
* [http://digitalforensics.ch/ Bruce Nikkel's Computer Forensics Homepage]
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* [http://blog.eukhost.com/2006/12/02/openbsd OpenBSD]
* [http://certified-computer-examiner.com/ Certfied Computer Examiner Website] - Open certification process for digital forensics.
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* [http://www.multimediaforensics.com/ Digital Forensics Discussion Forum] - A forum for the discussion of computer and digital forensics examinations, certified and non-certified investigators welcome
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* [[Cyberspeak podcast]] - Computer forensics, network security, and computer crime podcast.
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* [http://www.iacis.info/ International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists] - Volunteer non-profit corporation composed of law enforcement professionals.
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* [http://www.dfrws.org/ Official Website for Digital Forensic Research Workshop] - Open forum for research in digital forensic issues, hosting annual meeting and annual forensics challenge.
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* [http://128.175.24.251/forensics/default.htm University of Delaware] Computer Forensics Lab Resource Site.
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= Non-Digital Forensics =
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* [http://fingerprint.nist.gov/ NIST Image Group] - Many reports, including the [[NIST]] report on [[AFIS]] [[fingerprint]] testing.
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Latest revision as of 15:34, 26 September 2008

OpenBSD is a Unix-like operating system. It is said to be very secure, so much so the authors can make the claim of “Only two remote holes in the default install, in more than 10 years!”. This claim is something very few operating systems can testify to.

External Links