Filesystem Journal Forensics
- David Cowen
- Wednesday, July 22nd, 7:15pm - 8:15pm
Journaled file systems have been a part of modern file systems for years, but the science of computer forensics has only been approaching them mainly as a method of recovering deleted files. In this talk we will outline the three major file systems in use today that utilize journaling (NTFS, EXT3/4, HFS+) and explain what is stored and its impact on your investigations. We will discuss NTFS and new analysis techniques:
- Recover data hidden or destroyed by anti-forensics
- Determine exact deletion times
- Determine what was being accessed and how often
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