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Amazing stories of data recovery.
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* [http://blocksandfiles.com/article/5056 May 6, 2008 - Kroll recovers over 90% of the data from a 400MB hard drive that was on Shuttle Columbia when it burned up on reentry into Earth's atmosphere.]
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Although this is a wiki largely about digital forensics, understanding how code came to be and the challenges involved can be considered good practice and can help in understanding how an attacker was able to compromise the computer systems of an organization, why the software you're analyzing behaves in a certain way.
  
Daily updated real data recovery case studies, data recovery experiences and special data recovery tricks.
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== External Links ==
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=== C Programming ===
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* [http://blog.llvm.org/2011/05/what-every-c-programmer-should-know.html What Every C Programmer Should Know About Undefined Behavior #1/3], by Chris Lattner, May 13, 2011
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* [http://blog.llvm.org/2011/05/what-every-c-programmer-should-know_14.html What Every C Programmer Should Know About Undefined Behavior #2/3], by Chris Lattner, May 14, 2011
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* [http://blog.llvm.org/2011/05/what-every-c-programmer-should-know_21.html What Every C Programmer Should Know About Undefined Behavior #3/3], by Chris Lattner, May 21, 2011
  
[http://www.datarecoverystory.com/]
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== Tools ==
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=== C/C++ Program validation ===
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* [https://code.google.com/p/address-sanitizer/ AddressSanitizer: a fast memory error detector]
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Although this is a wiki largely about digital forensics, understanding how code came to be and the challenges involved can be considered good practice and can help in understanding how an attacker was able to compromise the computer systems of an organization, why the software you're analyzing behaves in a certain way.

External Links

C Programming

Tools

C/C++ Program validation