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A '''Flash IDE Adapter''' allows [[flash memory]] to be accessed from a host computer as if it were an [[IDE]] drive. This is normally used to allow systems to boot off flash memory, but it can also be used to allow forensic analysis of Flash RAM as if it were a local disk, without going through a flash to USB adapter.
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This is the Personal Digital Devices Forensics page, devoted to information about personal digial device forensics. We are also just getting started, but encourage you to browse the site and contribute whatever information you have available.  
  
== Sources ==
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===Quick Links===
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[[Cellphones]]
  
* [http://www.logicsupply.com/default.php/cPath/47_67 logicsupply.com]
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[[PDAs]]
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[[SmartPhones]]
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[[Audio Devices]]
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[[Video Devices]]
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[[Other]]
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===Papers In Progress===
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[[Applied Cellphone Forensics]]
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[[Blackberry Forensics]]

Revision as of 13:44, 27 February 2006

This is the Personal Digital Devices Forensics page, devoted to information about personal digial device forensics. We are also just getting started, but encourage you to browse the site and contribute whatever information you have available.

Quick Links

Cellphones

PDAs

SmartPhones

Audio Devices

Video Devices

Other

Papers In Progress

Applied Cellphone Forensics

Blackberry Forensics