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6th International Workshop on Digital Forensics and Incident Analysis (WDFIA 2011)
Title: A Formal Logic for Digital Investigations: A Case Study using BPB modifications.
Author(s): Ian Mitchell
Keywords: Anti-contamination, Recovery, Evidential Integrity, Frameworks, FAT, NTFS, BPB.
Abstract: A framework is developed and the following proposals are made: i) Notation for Framework; ii) a Framework for Digital Investigations Experiments (FDIE); iii) Case study modifying BPB and demonstrating the Framework; and iv) extending the Framework to Digital Investigations (FDI). A case study using BIOS Partition Block (BPB) modifications to render the partitions unreadable is used to demonstrate the framework. The Framework is applied and is a success. From this experiment the Framework (FDIE) is extended to Digital Investigations (FDI).
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