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By Martin S. Olivier, Sujeet Shenoi

Electronic forensics offers with the purchase, protection, exam, research and presentation of digital facts. essentially each crime now contains a few electronic proof; electronic forensics presents the strategies and instruments to articulate this facts. This booklet describes unique study effects and cutting edge purposes within the rising self-discipline of electronic forensics. additionally, it highlights the various significant technical and felony concerns regarding electronic facts and digital crime investigations.

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The hash values are stored in specially named segments. 0 provides an additional level of certification by supporting the inclusion of PKCS #7 [16] digital signatures. These signatures can also be recorded for the entire disk image and for individual data segments. Because signatures are calculated on uncompressed data, it is possible to acquire and digitally sign a disk image and then compress the image without compromising the integrity of the digital signatures. 2 AFF Data-Storage Layer. The data-storage layer handles the task of storing the actual AFF segments.

The data page's 32-bit flag encodes if the page is compressed or not. Compressed AFF files consume less space but take more time to create; this is because the time taken to write uncompressed data is typically shorter than the combined time taken to compress data and write the compressed data. Interestingly, compressed files can actually be faster to read than uncompressed files as modern computers can read and uncompress data faster than they can read the equivalent uncompressed data of a hard drive.

PAGE The actual data of page %d. MD6HASH MD5 of the uncompressed page. MD6SIG PKCS #7 signature of page %d's MOS . 8HA1HASH SHA-1 of the uncompressed page. PAGE_SHA1SIG PKCS #7 signature of page %d 's SHA-l. CASEJMl Case number for EnCase compatibility. gid A unique 128-bit image identifier. command1ine Complete command used to create image. DATE Date and time when imaging was started. IKAGINGJlOTES Notes made by the forensic examiner when imaging was started. DEVICE Device used as the source of the image.

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