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eForensic Fundamentals

Overview of the unit

Unit code: ICT30010

Duration: 1 teaching period

About this unit

This unit familiarises student with the workings of the various technologies used to undertake and investigate electronic misconduct. It provides an understanding of forensic tool kits and develops the skills to implement their use. Students will be presented with examples of e-forensic artefacts with each of the technologies.

Content

Topics may include:

  • file formats, structure, source of production and file systems
  • networks: client-server architecture, LANS, WANS, network protocols
  • mobile technologies: protocols, mobile software, user identification
  • internet: protocols, internet software, user identification
  • forensic tool kits
  • data extraction and forensic copying
  • pattern matching
  • verification and validation
  • anti-forensic techniques
  • malware.

This unit is found in the Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology.

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