RAM data significance in digital forensics

  title={RAM data significance in digital forensics},
  author={Kresimir Hausknecht and D. Foit and J. Buric},
  journal={2015 38th International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics and Microelectronics (MIPRO)},
In present modern times when operating systems require larger amounts of RAM or Random Access Memory, we usually come across computers with 4 GB RAM, but given the price drops, it is quite usual to come across computers with 64 GB of RAM as well. By imaging this part of computer memory and by performing forensics analysis of the data located in RAM, it can be easily concluded that performing RAM imagining and analysis should be one of the essential steps in any forensic investigation. This… CONTINUE READING

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