Computer Forensics is a vast field comprising many sub-categories and requires an in-depth knowledge in operating systems, networking and other areas that go under security. In computer forensics, digital data is gathered and examined in order to be used as evidence in administrative, criminal, or civil matters.

Computer forensics generally examines data that is retrievable from a computer’s hard disk or other storage medium. It’s possible that the data you need is already on the drive, but it can be difficult to locate or understand. Network forensics, on the other hand, provides details about how a culprit or an attacker got access to a network.

Log files are used by network forensics investigators to ascertain when people signed on, which URLs they accessed, how they logged on to the network, and from where. However, keep in mind that network forensics also seeks to ascertain what changes were made and what new files or tracks were left on a victim’s machine.

Data recovery, which is restoring data from a computer after it has been accidentally erased, lost due to a power outage, or otherwise destroyed, is another distinction between computer forensics and data recovery. Usually, when it comes to data recovery, you know what you’re looking for. In computer forensics, material that users have concealed or erased must be recovered with the aim of confirming its validity so that it can be used as evidence.

Why will you need a notes system?

You could be actively working as computer forensics specialist or you could be preparing and studying for a certification exam such as CHFI. In both cases, a set of notes maintained in your repository where you can search for commands, concepts or use cases that could aid you in the task you are performing is necessary for a productive studying and/or working.

Who Are These Notes For?

  • Professionals who are actively working in the field and need a set of ready and consice computer and digital forensics notes.
  • Active learners who want a precise and concise resource composed of compiled and ready to learn computer and digital forensics notes.

The Computer & Cyber Forensics Study Notes Catalog PDF

Computer forensics notes taken from field work and combined learning experience. The E-book covers memory forensics, malware investigations, registry forensics, disk forensics and KAPE forensics.

Table of contents:

– Computer & Digital Forensics Procedure

– Disk Forensics

– Memory Forensics

– Forensics using KAPE

– Network Forensics

– Windows Registry Forensics

– Malware Detection & Analysis

Page count: 164

Format: PDF

Computer & Cyber Forensics Study Notes PDF
Computer forensics field notes
Computer forensics field notes

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