File system forensic analysis
This is an advanced cookbook and reference guide for digital forensic practitioners. File System Forensic Analysis focuses on the file system and disk. The file system of a computer is where most files are stored and where most evidence is found; it also the most technically challenging part of forensic analysis. This book offers an overview and detailed knowledge of the file system and disc layout. The overview will allow an investigator to more easily find evidence, recover deleted data, and validate his tools. The cookbook section will show how to use the many open source tools for analysis, many of which Brian Carrier has developed himself.
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Does anyone know how not to catch zzzzzzzzz, when reading, say, I don't know, the first 4 pages. Some of the examples are long and it feels like it was taken down from a speech at the ELKS Club. Talk, talk, talk.
Get to the point! Define it, give example or use, next!
Temporal lobe shutting down, recall fails from drab,unimaginitive writing. Until you get to actual work of shredding a file system.
If you are tedious, time consuming, and like to read words defined by the paragraph, then go on. Read it.
Then paper cut my jugular.
Review: File System Forensic AnalysisUser Review - Stephen Hargrove - Goodreads
This is more than anyone could ever possibly need or want to know about file systems. Ever. Read full review