Alternate Data Storage Forensics

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Elsevier, Apr 18, 2011 - Computers - 400 pages
Learn to pull “digital fingerprints from alternate data storage (ADS) devices including: iPod, Xbox, digital cameras and more from the cyber sleuths who train the Secret Service, FBI, and Department of Defense in bleeding edge digital forensics techniques. This book sets a new forensic methodology standard for investigators to use.
This book begins by describing how alternate data storage devices are used to both move and hide data. From here a series of case studies using bleeding edge forensic analysis tools demonstrate to readers how to perform forensic investigations on a variety of ADS devices including: Apple iPods, Digital Video Recorders, Cameras, Gaming Consoles (Xbox, PS2, and PSP), Bluetooth devices, and more using state of the art tools. Finally, the book takes a look into the future at “not yet every day devices which will soon be common repositories for hiding and moving data for both legitimate and illegitimate purposes.
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Contents

Chapter 1 Digital Forensics and Analyzing Data
1
Chapter 2 Seizure of Digital Information
39
Chapter 3 Introduction to Handheld Forensics
93
Chapter 4 PDA Blackberry and iPod Forensic Analysis
113
Chapter 5 Email Forensics
147
Chapter 6 Router Forensics
171
Chapter 7 Legal Issues of Intercepting WiFi Transmissions
189
Chapter 8 CD and DVD Forensics
209
Chapter 9 MP3 Forensics
269
Index
295

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Amber Schroader has been involved in the field of computer forensics for the past sixteen years. During this time, she has developed and taught numerous courses for the computer forensic arena, specializing in the field of wireless forensics as well as mobile technologies. Ms Schroader is the CEO of Paraben Corporation and continues to act as the driving force behind some of the most innovative forensic technologies. As a pioneer in the field, Ms Schroader has been key in developing new technology to help investigators with the extraction of digital evidence from hard drives, e-mail and, hand held and mobile devices. Ms Schroader has extensive experience in dealing with a wide array of forensic investigators ranging from federal, state, local, and corporate. With an aggressive development schedule, Ms Schroader continues to bring new and exciting technology to the computer forensic community world wide and is dedicated to supporting the investigator through new technologies and training services that are being provided through Paraben Corporation. Ms Schroader is involved in many different computer investigation organizations including The Institute of Computer Forensic Professionals (ICFP), HTCIA, CFTT, and FLETC.

Tyler Cohen CISSP is employed by Computer Science Corporation contracted as a researcher and developer for the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center. Her specialty is digital forensics and intrusions. She is considered an expert in hacking and conducting forensic exams with the iPod and other alternative media devices. She presents her expertise at various conferences all over the country some of which include the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Conference, International High Technology Crime Investigation Association and The California District Attorney’s Cyber Crime Conference.

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