Advances in Digital Forensics II (IFIP Advances in by Martin S. Olivier, Sujeet Shenoi

By Martin S. Olivier, Sujeet Shenoi

Electronic forensics offers with the purchase, protection, exam, research and presentation of digital proof. virtually each crime now contains a few electronic facts; electronic forensics offers the options and instruments to articulate this proof. This booklet describes unique study effects and leading edge purposes within the rising self-discipline of electronic forensics. additionally, it highlights many of the significant technical and felony matters with regards to electronic facts and digital crime investigations.

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Advances in Digital Forensics II (IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology) (v. 2)

Electronic forensics bargains with the purchase, renovation, exam, research and presentation of digital proof. essentially each crime now includes a few electronic facts; electronic forensics presents the recommendations and instruments to articulate this proof. This e-book describes unique study effects and leading edge purposes within the rising self-discipline of electronic forensics.

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To append a new log entry D j, U computes K j = hash(Aj) ,C = Ek(D j) ,Yj = hash(Yj_ljC), and Zj = MACAj(Yj). Yj is the jth entry in a hash chain, where Y1 = 0 and MAC is a keyed hash function. Then, [C, Yj, Zj] is written to the log. The shared secret is then recomputed: Aj+l = hash(A j), and A j is destroyed. This scheme is tailored to disallow log entries created before a compromise at time t from being read by an attacker. The idea is that the attacker is then left to delete the entire log (which will be noticed when communication is established in the future between U and T) or leave the log alone (and not know if a log entry has recorded his unauthorized access).

Ad hoc auditing is bound to be incomplete. Because different tools provide widely disparate amounts of auditing information, much of the information must be recorded manually by an investigator. , FTK [1]). Ultimately, an investigator is left to piece together these bits of audit trail information to create a comprehensive view of what occurred during the investigation. , the MD5 hash generated by md5sum for a large disk image, could result in a huge amount of lost time if the operation must be repeated.

2006 in Internation al Federation for Inform ation Processing. Volume 222. Advances in Digital Forensics II. eds. Olivier, M.. Shenoi , S.. (Boston : Springer). pp. 29-40. 30 ADVANCES IN DIGITAL FORENSICS II rized, and tamper-evident designs indicate if the evidence is still secure. Many types of evidence bags provide ample writing space so that notes can be written directly on the bag. Furthermore, the bag's seal may include information such as the name of the investigating officer, case identifiers, the suspect's name, a description of the item, and the date and time when the bag was sealed.

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