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Computer Evidence: A Forensic Investigations Handbook

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ISBN13: 9780421579903
ISBN: 0421579900
Published: June 1997
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The growth of computer automation has provided fraudsters, hackers and other criminals with new methods with which to commit forgery, impersonation, data manipulation, extortion, sabotage and theft. To the trained lawyer and investigator, however, computers, networks and other automated systems hold the clues and forensic evidence needed to incriminate wrongdoers. This text contains essential computer forensic principles and techniques applying to data retrieval and analysis where admissable evidence may need to be presented in a court of law. It explains the legal technicalities governing the admissability of computer evidence, and the conducting of such investigations, necessary for any lawyer presenting computer evidence in court.

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Computer fraud and misuse. Password compromise and deception. A guide to investigative methods. Computers, evidence and the law. Backups and the continuity of evidence. The forensic examination of personal computers. Multiple text search - the investigator's 'A' bomb. Investigating anonymous letters and computer generated documents.