Real Digital Forensics

Although “Real Digital Forensics: Computer Security and Incident Response” was published as long ago as 2005, it still provides a solid all-round introduction to IT forensics. (A new edition entitled “Real Digital Forensics 2” is planned for mid-2010). Weighing in at 688 pages, this book covers Windows, Unix and Linux and explains digital forensics from the perspectives of incident response and case law. Continue reading Real Digital Forensics

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iPhone Forensics

I love my iPhone and so should you (he says in a monotone, robotic voice). But, the real question is, am I just another Apple fanboy, brainwashed by Steve Jobs’ celebrity industry presence and marketing genius? Or have I really made a buying decision based on the facts? It’s true that the iPhone is probably the sexiest piece of kit in this arm of the Milky Way, but is there something lurking under the glitzy hood, that could rise up and bite us in the proverbial “you know what”? Continue reading iPhone Forensics

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