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If Apple did computer forensics…

April 5, 2010


In a cynical attempt to jump on the bandwagon created by Apple’s move into the sanitary product market, I’d like to offer a Monkey’s eye view of what it would look like if Apple entered the computer forensics field. The writeblocker, iBlock, would only image at 1 mb/s and would have a non-replacable internal battery […]

Computer Forensics in the Geek Press – A Taxonomy

November 11, 2009


So COFEE has finally been leaked onto the Internet. It was inevitable and it’s a wonder that it wasn’t released sooner, but nevertheless it marks a sad day for the Law Enforcement computer forensics community. COFEE, if you didn’t know, is Microsoft’s LE-only collection of tools for getting volatile data from a live computer. It […]