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    Evening All,

    Can anybody recommend any decent books on the subject of Computer Forensics?

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    This has a section on Forensics:
    Penetration Tester's Open Source Toolkit: 2
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1597492132


    The best IT Forensics Book I use is:
    Guide to Computer Forensics and Investigations, Third Edition
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1418067334



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    Quote Originally Posted by s1lang View Post
    This has a section on Forensics:
    Penetration Tester's Open Source Toolkit: 2
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1597492132
    Got that one, and very good it is too



    Quote Originally Posted by s1lang View Post
    The best IT Forensics Book I use is:
    Guide to Computer Forensics and Investigations, Third Edition
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/1418067334


    I'll give that one a look thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by loftrat View Post
    Evening All,

    Can anybody recommend any decent books on the subject of Computer Forensics?
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/...

    If you can, please keep all forensic related conversations within the above link/thread. The thread was created to ease all searching for computer forensics. It makes life easier

    Cheers

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    The thread you've linked to is in the Tutorials/Guides section, so not really the right place for an extended discussion unless it's regarding that specific tutorial/guide.

    Plus, I don't want to discuss "Data Recovery using Autopsy / TOR / BackTrack & FCCU Forensic" specifically, I wanted advice on any books/materials that people would recommend - whilst the resource you've linked to certainly meets that request (and I thank you for linking to it) I believe it would be more appropriate to continue to discuss further resources in this thread.

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    Wow, there's a nice collection of pdf's and the like here> http://www.e-evidence.info/thiefs_page.html
    Sorry Denv, I have to agree with loftrat. You're AutoSpy link hardly counts as "the" forensics page.
    WARNING This is a Google cache, I have not tested these pdf's. It looks like alot of the links are still good.
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    Cool, thanx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loftrat View Post
    The thread you've linked to is in the Tutorials/Guides section, so not really the right place for an extended discussion unless it's regarding that specific tutorial/guide.

    Plus, I don't want to discuss "Data Recovery using Autopsy / TOR / BackTrack & FCCU Forensic" specifically, I wanted advice on any books/materials that people would recommend - whilst the resource you've linked to certainly meets that request (and I thank you for linking to it) I believe it would be more appropriate to continue to discuss further resources in this thread.
    I was referring to the information, to add any forensic information you find to my thread. It was intended for that, to keep everything in one place. I was not stating to stop discussing it in this thread lol. I think you interpreted me wrong there. Adding any info you find keeps everything tidy and in one spot, doing this is common practice on many forums..its useful and handy. Glad you found my thread somewhat useful.

    Quote Originally Posted by PeppersGhost View Post
    Wow, there's a nice collection of pdf's and the like here> http://www.e-evidence.info/thiefs_page.html
    Sorry Denv, I have to agree with loftrat. You're AutoSpy link hardly counts as "the" forensics page.
    Again, I am interpreted wrong. ...
    Why do people keep insisting on calling Autopsy-(Aw-Top-see) 'Autospy'? The thread I created is not any of my work for a start, my thread contains several different types of data forensic material...not just Autopsy. However when I did create that thread it 'was' intended to keep all forensic related information within that thread to keep the forums nice and tidy, I also mentioned that within the thread itself.

    Anyway, enough of all this misunderstanding. Ill add what I can on my thread

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