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Cyber Dumpster-Diving : $ Recycle . Bin Forensics for Windows 7 and Windows Vista

@inproceedings{Leschke2009CyberD,
  title={Cyber Dumpster-Diving : \$ Recycle . Bin Forensics for Windows 7 and Windows Vista},
  author={Timothy R. Leschke},
  year={2009}
}
  • Timothy R. Leschke
  • Published 2009
  • Analysis of deleted files often provides useful information for the forensic computer examiner. Knowing where to find the deleted files, and how to interpret the metadata associated with the file’s deletion, make up the cornerstone of a successful forensic computer examination. Much like an office trash-can, the Microsoft Windows Recycle Bin is a temporary holding container for files that have been recently discarded (deleted) by the user. Microsoft first introduced the Recycle Bin with its… CONTINUE READING

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