Author Archive for RoyIsbell

Digital Artifact Genome Project Survey

The term digital forensic artifact is one that is widely used in the digital forensic domain, however the term itself has never been truly defined. Generally, it has been used to describe potential digital evidence that could be found on…

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Digital Forensics Capability Analysis

The ICT KTN, on behalf of the Forensic Science Special Interest Group (FSSIG), is conducting a survey of the UK’s Digital Forensics Capability. This work is being managed by Angus Marshall, of n-gate ltd., to whom any initial queries should…

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Call for Forensic Practitioners to Beta Test new Tool

CCL-Forensics based in the UK are offering Digital Forensics Practitioners the opportunity to take part in the final beta test which is now underway, any interested practitioners wishing to be involved should register at www.ccl-forensics.com/pip. Researchers at CCL-Forensics have developed…

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Volatility Developer Responds

In Issue 5 of Digital Forensics Magazine, Ron Tasker discussed the subject of Volatile RAM Analysis and the use of Volatility. This prompted a letter from Marc Remmert published in Issue 6 raising concerns about the limitations of Volatility and…

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Get Involved

Authors As we continue to strive to bring you the latest happenings in the world of digital forensics, we are on the look out for anyone who has a story to tell or something to share that would benefit the…

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Cell Phone Evidence Extraction

Due to popular demand Detective Cindy Murphy has released her paper on a process for Cellular Evidence and Data Extraction. We at DFM are happy to help get this into the hands of Digital Forensic Investigators globally and whilst it…

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