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Investigating Computer Crime

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ISBN13: 9780849381584
ISBN: 0849381584
Published: November 1996
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Format: Hardback
Price: £85.00

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Investigating Computer Crime presents practical methods for gathering electronic evidence and dealing with crimes involving computers. Based on material gathered from hundreds of investigators all over the world, it contains an incredible amount of practical, directly applicable information. It follows a step-by-step approach to the investigation, seizure, and evaluation of computer evidence. The material in the book has been used at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and the Canadian Police College for teaching computer classes in white collar crime and sex crime investigations and by U.S. Army Intelligence in cooperation with NATO in Europe. It has also been used to teach a one-week course in computer crime investigation to agents from the IRS, Secret Service, and state and local agencies.Computers reach into every aspect of our lives today, and as their use grows, so does the possibility of their abuse. This book is directly applicable and useful to virtually everyone working in all aspects of law enforcement. From attorneys to police investigators, from judges to students of criminology, this book guides you step-by-step through computer crime investigation.;Don't be without this powerful tool for fighting this new form of crime.

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IntroductionComputer Search Warrant TeamCase SupervisorInterview TeamSketch and Photo TeamPhysical Search TeamSecurity and Arrest TeamTechnical Evidence Seizure and Logging TeamComputer-Related EvidenceTypes of Computer-Related EvidenceWhere Computer-Related Evidence May be FoundFinding Computer EvidenceExamine the Evidence for Criminal ContentCautions and ConsiderationsLegal RequirementsStorage of Seized EvidenceInvestigative Tool BoxSoftwareHardwareOther Useful StuffCrime Scene InvestigationEvaluate the Scene in AdvanceSet Up Search TeamsEstablish a Plan of AttackPrepare the Search WarrantExecute the WarrantSecure the SceneTeams Perform their FunctionsCompleting the SearchMaking a Boot DiskWhat is a Boot Disk The POST TestThe Boot ProcessWhat if there is a CMOS Boot Password So, How Do I Make One What Problems Might I Encounter Simple Overview of Seizing a ComputerEvidence Evaluation and AnalysisForms of EvidenceAnalysis ToolsAnalysis Procedures using PROFILE.BATOther Analysis ProceduresChronological Search FormInvestigating FloppiesCommon File ExtensionsPasswords and EncryptionWhat is a Password What is Encryption What is the Difference Between Passwords and Encryption What are Common Uses of Passwords Where Do You Get a Password How Do You Break or Bypass a Password or Encryption How Do You Break or Bypass Encryption PGPWhat is a Common Use of Encryption Sources of Programs and InformationInvestigating Bulletin BoardsWhere Do I Start Initiating the InvestigationTips to Avoid Traps, Snares, and Pitfalls""Elite"" AcronymsNetworksNetwork Ups and DownsNetwork Parts and PiecesTypes of NetworksPhysical ConnectionsOperating SystemsSo What Does this All Mean The Bottom LineIdeal Investigative Computer SystemsDesktopPortableToolsComputer ChartMediaCablesBagsSoftwareCourt ProceduresExpert WitnessesPretrial PreparationSpeaking to the Judge and JuryTerminology to Use in CourtResumesEquipmentSearch WarrantsCase LawWriting a WarrantHacker CaseProdigy Service WarrantCredit Card WarrantSearch Warrant SamplesConclusionGlossaryIndex