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DF in Video Games

Computer forensics discussion. Please ensure that your post is not better suited to one of the forums below (if it is, please post it there instead!)
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armresl
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DF in Video Games

Post Posted: Jul 06, 19 03:17

Thought I would throw this out there.

Digital forensics has a big presence in "The Division 2" a game made by Ubisoft.

Laptops are seized and examined, with the voices telling you "I can't believe what the digital forensic software was able to uncover."
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jaclaz
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Re: DF in Video Games

Post Posted: Jul 06, 19 08:29

- armresl
Thought I would throw this out there.

Digital forensics has a big presence in "The Division 2" a game made by Ubisoft.

Laptops are seized and examined, with the voices telling you "I can't believe what the digital forensic software was able to uncover."


Well, you wouldn't have expected that they said ""I can't believe what the digital forensic investigator was able to uncover." would you? Wink

In a push button world, it is not surprising that the "software" is what discovers unbelievable[1] things .

jaclaz

[1] which BTW is also the worst possible way to describe something that needs usually to be believed by a Judge and in some cases by a Jury too.
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