About This Book:
According to Wikipedia: "Digital evidence or electronic evidence is any probative information stored or transmitted in digital form that a party to a court case may use at trial... The use of digital evidence has increased in the past few decades as courts have allowed the use of e-mails, digital photographs, ATM transaction logs, word processing documents, instant message histories, files saved from accounting programs, spreadsheets, internet browser histories, databases, the contents of computer memory, computer backups, computer printouts, Global Positioning System tracks, logs from a hotel’s electronic door locks, and digital video or audio files."
Originally a work manual from China and now professionally edited, formatted and presented, Obtaining Digital Evidence details a diverse range of online tools commonly used to obtain, secure, duplicate, distribute and preserve various types of digital evidence. Whether you are a professional in the field of digital evidence and forensics, a company employee in charge of exploring the strengths and weaknesses of your colleagues and competitors, or an individual who is interested in protecting your online identities and assets - this book, with colorful screen-shots, will be of tremendous value to you.