Computer Forensics

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Computer Forensics is a branch of digital forensics regarding evidence stored in computers and on digital storage media.

The goal of computer forensics is to investigate digital media in a forensic way with the purpose of identifying, preserving, restoring, analyzing and presenting facts and opinions about the digital information that may be found.


Anti-Forensics is the opposite and applies to those who do not want anyone to be able to read or restore data that is either encrypted or previously deleted. Whether the media is a USB flash drive, a hard drive or DVD-ROM disc.

As for the latter, it is only with a scissor and cutting the disc, alternatively encrypting the content.

 

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