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Post Posted: Jun 30, 05 09:02

In the view of forum members, what is the best (Windows) computer forensic book to be kept as a reference in the office?
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Re: Books...

Post Posted: Jul 02, 05 09:05

This one should be your bible:
"File System Forensic Analysis" by Brian Carrier.

there is a thread about this book in an earlier post....

Also very good:

"Windows Forensics and Incident Recovery" by Harlan Carvey
"Digital Evidence and Computer Crime" by Eoghan Casey
"Handbook of Computer Crime Investigation: Forensic Tools & Technology"  

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Re: Books...

Post Posted: Jul 02, 05 11:18

Brian's is an excellent book for file system forensics, explaining the different structures and what they mean.

I wrote my book because there just wasn't anything out there on how to conduct a forensic analysis of a Windows system.

H. Carvey
"Windows Forensics and Incident Recovery"

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