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[[Image:ipod.jpg|thumb|200px|A white Fifth Generation iPod (a.k.a. "iPod with Video" or "Video iPod") with a case and [[earphones]].]]
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I am setting up a global directory of computer forensics analysts, and am looking for feedback to the idea. Although the directory is in the UK, I want it to be global. Any thoughts, please put them on Computer Forensics [http://www.computer-forensics.co.uk] in the forums section. Thanks and regards, Simon
The '''iPod''' is a brand of portable digital media player designed and marketed by Apple Computer. Devices in the iPod family provide a simple user interface designed around a central scroll wheel (with the exception of the iPod shuffle). The standard iPod model stores media on a built-in hard drive, while the smaller iPod shuffle and iPod nano use flash memory. Like most digital audio players, an iPod can serve as an external data storage device when connected to a computer.
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: Given the lack of response I'm not sure this is a viable idea. [[User:Jessek|Jessek]] 21:13, 26 February 2007 (PST)
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: Doesn't seem like a good idea to me. [[User:Simsong|Simsong]] 18:50, 15 March 2007 (PDT)
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== Hachoir framework ==
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Hi, I'm the author of [http://hachoir.org/ Hachoir], a generic framework for binary file manipulation. I don't know if I can add it in your wiki. I prefer to have your review first :-)
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Hachoir supports many file formats (more than 60 formats) and have many features:
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* Fault tolerant parser (truncated/buggy file or buggy parser)
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* Smart syntax: you don't have to care about endian or charset, and you can mix byte and bit fields
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* Few functions to modify files
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* File recognition using header/footer in a disk image (in any file) with few false positive (each file is checked using the parser)
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* Written in Python: OS independant and easy to script/extend
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* curses, wxWidgets and Gtk interfaces
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* Many programs based on hachoir-core and hachoir-parser:
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  * hachoir-strip: remove metadata and other "useless" informations
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  * hachoir-grep: find substring in a binary file (using hachoir parsers: so search is Unicode aware)
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  * hachoir-subfile: find all subfiles in a file
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  * etc.
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: Please add it. [[User:Simsong|Simsong]] 09:50, 15 March 2007 (PDT)
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:: Done: [[Hachoir]] --[[User:Haypo|Haypo]] 18:44, 18 March 2007 (PDT)

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I am setting up a global directory of computer forensics analysts, and am looking for feedback to the idea. Although the directory is in the UK, I want it to be global. Any thoughts, please put them on Computer Forensics [1] in the forums section. Thanks and regards, Simon

Given the lack of response I'm not sure this is a viable idea. Jessek 21:13, 26 February 2007 (PST)
Doesn't seem like a good idea to me. Simsong 18:50, 15 March 2007 (PDT)

Hachoir framework

Hi, I'm the author of Hachoir, a generic framework for binary file manipulation. I don't know if I can add it in your wiki. I prefer to have your review first :-)

Hachoir supports many file formats (more than 60 formats) and have many features:

* Fault tolerant parser (truncated/buggy file or buggy parser)
* Smart syntax: you don't have to care about endian or charset, and you can mix byte and bit fields
* Few functions to modify files
* File recognition using header/footer in a disk image (in any file) with few false positive (each file is checked using the parser)
* Written in Python: OS independant and easy to script/extend
* curses, wxWidgets and Gtk interfaces
* Many programs based on hachoir-core and hachoir-parser:
  * hachoir-strip: remove metadata and other "useless" informations
  * hachoir-grep: find substring in a binary file (using hachoir parsers: so search is Unicode aware)
  * hachoir-subfile: find all subfiles in a file
  * etc.
Please add it. Simsong 09:50, 15 March 2007 (PDT)
Done: Hachoir --Haypo 18:44, 18 March 2007 (PDT)