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Computer Science Program

Project ID: 336
Author: Satya Harini Reddi
Project Title: Analysis, Implementation and Testing of Anti-Forensic Techniques
Semester: 1 2009
Committe Chair: Dr. Mario Garcia
Committee Member 1: Dr. David Thomas
Committee Member 2: Dr. Hongyu Guo
Project Description: Computer forensics is a branch of science, dealing with investigation, evidence collection and reverse-engineering so as to determine how the computer was compromised. Numerous tools and methods are available to help any process to work more accurately and to help investigators to gather, authenticate and analyze the evidence. However, latest technology is offering many different ways to hide those evidences from the examiners and from the forensic tools they make use of. These tools are termed as anti forensic tools as they work in opposite direction wiping any traces of the attack/ attacker. This project is going to explain various anti forensic tools available in the market and how they are used. It will also discuss how secure the tools are by tracking a few tools and conducting tests on them. This project mainly focuses on analysis and implementation of the tools and methods and discusses the categorization of anti-forensic methodologies
Project URL:   336.pdf
 
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