Table of contents for Digital evidence and computer crime : forensic science, computers, and the Internet / Eoghan Casey.


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Counter Part 1 - 1: Digital Evidence and Computer Crime 2: History and Terminology of Computer Crime Investigation 3: Technology and Law 4: The Investigative Process 5: Investigative Reconstruction 6: Modus Operandi, Motive & Technology 7: Digital Evidence in the Courtroom Part 2 - 8: Computer Basics for Digital Evidence Examiners 9: Applying Forensic Science to Computers 10: Forensic Analysis of Windows Systems
Chapter 11: Forensic Analysis of Unix Systems 12: Forensic Analysis of Macintosh Systems 13: Forensic Analysis of Handheld Devices Part 3 - 14: Network Basics for Digital Evidence Examiners 15: Applying Forensic Science to Networks 16: Digital Evidence on Physical and Data-Link Layers 17: Digital Evidence on Network and Transport Layers 18: Digital Evidence on the Internet Part 4 - 19: Investigating Computer Intrusions 20: Sex Offenders on the Internet 21: Investigating Cyberstalking 22: Digital Evidence as Alibi

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Computer crimes, Evidence, Criminal