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Windows Forensic Analysis 2nd Edition

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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MindSmith
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Windows Forensic Analysis 2nd Edition

Post Posted: Jun 06, 09 16:06

Received my copy from Amazon yesterday ( ahead of schedule), and just settled into reading it in more depth and checking out the contents of the DVD. Well worth the investment.
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keydet89
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Re: Windows Forensic Analysis 2nd Edition

Post Posted: Jun 06, 09 17:32

When you get a chance, would you mind posting a review on Amazon?

Thanks!  
 
  

Zoidberg
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Re: Windows Forensic Analysis 2nd Edition

Post Posted: Jun 06, 09 18:26

I've been waiting for this. Does it cover physical memory analysis well? I only got to grips with the basics at Uni.  
 
  

keydet89
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Re: Windows Forensic Analysis 2nd Edition

Post Posted: Jun 07, 09 00:01

The table of contents for WFA 2/e has been posted to as well as linked to from my blog. Yes, of course, physical memory acquisition and analysis is covered...actually, to a pretty great extent.  
 
  

Jonathan
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Re: Windows Forensic Analysis 2nd Edition

Post Posted: Jun 07, 09 00:16

Looking forward to Harvey Carvey's new edition of this but amazon.co.uk don't have it as published until 12 July. Must be patient...
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keydet89
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Re: Windows Forensic Analysis 2nd Edition

Post Posted: Jun 07, 09 01:30

"Harvey"? Really? Sheesh. Wink  
 
  

mark777
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Re: Windows Forensic Analysis 2nd Edition

Post Posted: Jun 07, 09 03:13

Do you not think Harvey Carvey has a sort of poetic ring to it?
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