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Interested in doing research in computer forensics? Looking for a master's topic, or just some ideas for a research paper? Here is my list. Please feel free to add your own ideas.
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==Disk Forensics==
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===Stream Forensics===
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Process the entire disk with one pass, or at most two, to minimize seek time. 
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===Evidence Falsification===
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Automatically detect falsified digital evidence.
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===Sanitization===
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Detect and diagnose sanitization attempts.
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===[[AFF]] Enhancement===
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* Replace the AFF "BADFLAG" approach for indicating bad data with a bad sector bitmap.
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* Modify aimage so that it can take a partial disk image and a disk and just image what's missing.
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* Improve the data recovery features of aimage.
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* Replace AFF's current table-of-contents system with one based on B+ Trees.
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==Carving==
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===JPEG Validator===
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Create a JPEG decompresser that supports restarts and checkpointing for use in high-speed carving.
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==Cell Phone Exploitation==
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===Imaging===
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Develop a tool for imaging the contents of a cell phone memory
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===Interpretation===
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* Develop a tool for reassembling information in a cell phone memory
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==Corpora Development==
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===Realistic Disk Corpora===
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There is need for realistic corpora that can be freely redistributed but do not contain any confidential personally identifiable information (PII).
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These disk images may be either of an external drive or of a system boot drive. The drive images should have signs of ''wear'' --- that is, they should have resident files, deleted files, partially overwritten files, contiguous files, and fragmented files.
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===Realistic Network Traffic===
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Generating realistic network traffic requires constructing a test network and either recording interactions within the network or with an external network.
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