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WHAT'S COMING UP IN ISSUE 33 - Out November 2017

Continuing our aim of bringing you new and interesting articles from the world of Digital Forensics, Issue 33 is shaping up to be another good mix of research and practical advice, here is just a taste of some of the articles being considered.


Triage Solution for Sex Offender Managers

This article considers a proof of concept triage solution for sex offender managers for a local police force which if successful could simplify and modify the way that sex offenders are managed.


Advancements in Windows Hibernation File Forensics

Windows hibernation files can be a valuable source of information for digital forensic investigators. This article describes how recent developments in hibernation file analysis go beyond reconstruction of active memory.


Why Are Cybercriminals Attracted To Commit Crimes

This article examines how Cybercrime has emerged as a new form of crime following the introduction of the Internet. The actions of these crimes range from petty theft to destruction with malicious intent. Individuals who engage in cybercrime have a psychological mindset that is attuned to it. This paper discusses the motives behind cybercrime and what makes cybercrime attractive to cybercriminals.


A Is someone listening in on your confidential calls?

This feature article is about how the latest 4G networks fail to solve the problem of electronic eavesdropping. Organisations’ intellectual property (IP) and commercially sensitive information may still be listened into by perpetrators using an IMSI catcher despite new security measures and stronger encryption.


Data Carving on Auto-Pilot With Autocarve

There is a forensic technique for finding and extracting the concatenated files known as data carving. Normally, data carving is done with tools such as Winhex or Autopsy, Richard Leinecker investigates.


Recovery of Forensic Artifacts from Deleted Jump-List in Windows 10

Jump-Lists are widely discussed in forensics community since the release of Windows 7 and are having more capabilities to reveal forensics artefacts in Windows 10. The records maintained by Jump-Lists have the potential to provide the forensic investigator a rich source of evidences about a user’s historic activity.


Plus all our usual features "From The Lab", "360", "IRQ" and "Legal news and alerts".


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Coming up in the Next issue of Digital Forensics Magazine

Coming up in Issue 33 on sale from November 2017:


Triage Solution for Sex Offender Managers

This article considers a proof of concept triage solution for sex offender managers for a local police force which if successful could simplify and modify the way that sex offenders are managed. Read More »

Advancements in Windows Hibernation File Forensics

Brian Gerdon looks at how the windows hibernation files can be a valuable source of information for digital forensic investigators. Read More »

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Why Are Cybercriminals Attracted To Commit Crimes

Individuals who engage in cybercrime have a psychological mindset that is attuned to it. This paper discusses the motives behind cybercrime and what makes cybercrime attractive to cybercriminals. Read More »

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