Leopard, Charles B.; Rowe, Neil C.; McCarrin, Michael R.(Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, 2018-03-31)
Memory acquisition is essential to defeat anti-forensic operating-system features and investigate
cyberattacks that leave little or no evidence in secondary storage. The forensic community has
developed tools to acquire ...
Personal names found on drives provide forensically valuable information about users of systems. This work reports on the design and engineering of tools to mine them from disk images, bootstrapping on output of the Bulk ...
Leopard, Charles B.; Rowe, Neil C.; McCarrin, Michael R.(SpringerLink, 2018-03-01)
Memory acquisition is essential to defeat anti-forensic operating system features and investigate clever cyberattacks that leave little or no evidence on physical storage media. The forensic community has developed tools ...
Rowe, Neil C.; Schwamm, Riqui; McCarrin, Michael R.; Gera, Ralucca(ADFSL, 2016)
Drives found during investigations often have useful information in the form of email addresses,
which can be acquired by search in the raw drive data independent of the file system. Using these
data, we can build a picture ...
Mobile devices usually provide a “factory-reset” tool to erase user-specific data from the main
secondary storage. 9 Apple iPhones, 10 Android devices, and 2 BlackBerry devices were tested
in the first systematic evaluation ...
Rowe, Neil C.; Reed, Chris; Baer, Wolfgang; Jackson, Leroy(1998)
We describe TELLUSPLAN, an intelligent assistant for the problem of bargaining between user goals and
system resources in the integration of terrain databases from separate source databases. TELLUSPLAN uses
Marie-4, a Web
crawler and caption
filter, searches the Web
to find image captions
and the associated
image objects. It uses a
broad set of criteria to
yield higher recall
generally focus ...
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