Advanced Automated Disk Investigation Toolkit

@inproceedings{Karabiyik2016AdvancedAD,
  title={Advanced Automated Disk Investigation Toolkit},
  author={Umit Karabiyik and Sudhir Aggarwal},
  booktitle={IFIP Int. Conf. Digital Forensics},
  year={2016}
}
Open source software tools designed for disk analysis play a critical role in digital forensic investigations. The tools typically are onerous to use and rely on expertise in investigative techniques and disk structures. Previous research presented the design and initial development of a toolkit that can be used as an automated assistant in forensic investigations. This chapter builds on the previous work and presents an advanced automated disk investigation toolkit (AUDIT) that leverages a… 
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