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Reproducibility of digital evidence in forensic investigations

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posted on 2005-01-01, 00:00 authored by Lei PanLei Pan, Lynn BattenLynn Batten
We present a three-component model of a digital investigation which comprises: determination of input-output layers, assignment of read and write operations associated with use of forensic tools, and time-stamping of read and write operations. This builds on work of several authors, culminating in the new model presented here which is generic, scalable and compatible with all functions in the system, and which is guaranteed to produce a high quality of reproducibility.

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Event

Digital Forensic Research Workshop (5th : 2005 : New Orleans, La.)

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1 - 8

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Digital Forensics Research Workshop

Location

New Orleans, La.

Place of publication

New Orleans, La.

Start date

2005-08-17

End date

2005-08-19

Language

eng

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E1 Full written paper - refereed

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2005, Digital Forensic Research Workshop

Editor/Contributor(s)

F Adelstein

Title of proceedings

DFRWS 2005 : Proceedings of the 5th Annual Digital Forensic Research Workshop

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