Difference between revisions of "Recovering deleted data"

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When the user requests to delete a file, most modern [[operating system]]s generally do not erase the actual data. For example, when a file in a [[FAT]] [[file system]] is deleted, the Root Directory entry and FATs are updated, but the data residing in the Data Area remains intact.
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Man shot dead at vehicle checkpoint
 
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A man has been shot dead by police at a vehicle checkpoint in Northern Ireland. Officers fired a number of rounds during the incident on Church Street in Ballynahinch, County Down. The man shot dead was the , County Down. The man shot dead was the
== Recovery Programs ==
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There are many programs that can recover these deleted files. Some of these software packages are specifically designed for forensics purposes. For example, [[Scalpel]] and its predecessor, [[foremost]], were developed to facilitate forensics investigations.
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Revision as of 08:46, 16 April 2006

Man shot dead at vehicle checkpoint A man has been shot dead by police at a vehicle checkpoint in Northern Ireland. Officers fired a number of rounds during the incident on Church Street in Ballynahinch, County Down. The man shot dead was the , County Down. The man shot dead was the