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Decoding the APFS fi le system

@inproceedings{Hansen2017DecodingTA,
  title={Decoding the APFS fi le system},
  author={Kurt H. Hansen and Fergus Toolan},
  year={2017}
}
File systems have always played a vital role in digital forensics and during the past 30e40 years many of these have been developed to suit different needs. Some file systems are more tightly connected to a specific Operating System (OS). For instance HFS and HFSþ have been the file systems of choice in Apple devices for over 30 years. Much has happened in the evolution of storage technologies, the capacity and speed of devices has increased and Solid State Drives (SSD) are replacing… 

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Decoding the APFS file system
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