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Re: Disk wiping -- An alternate approach?
From: Charles Skoglund <charles.skoglund () bitsec se>
Date: Tue, 26 Jan 2010 09:11:10 +0100

This discussion is getting weirder and weirder. If an examiner finds
evidence on YOUR computer / cell phone / usb disks / whatever, please do
tell me how it's not necessarily yours? By claiming your computer has been
hacked? You do know an examiner usually knows how to double-check your story
for malicious code right? Or what are you guys talking about?

My experience is that when I find the evidence, the person/s being
investigated confesses quite rapidly.

Cheers!
 


On 1/26/10 4:31 AM, "Bipin Gautam" <bipin.gautam () gmail com> wrote:

So to the point, the techniques of forensic examiners were flawed from
day one given that any text/evidence found on your computer is NOT
NECESSARILY yours! Does that break digital forensics........?
oops.................

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