Analytical Forensic Investigation with Data Carving Tools


Authors : Dr. Priya P. Sajan; Neha S. Rokade; Dinesh M. More; Mahesh K. Adsure; Mayur R. Thakare; Purushottam P. Thutte

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 3 - March

Google Scholar : https://bit.ly/3TmGbDi

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7797119

Abstract : Data carving and file recovery are techniques for recovering lost or deleted files and data from storage media such as hard discs, flash drives, and memory cards. These methods can be used to recover data that have been deleted by accident, lost due to a hardware failure, or are otherwise unreachable. In digital investigation and computer forensics, data carving is a critical issue. As a result, research into enhancing data carving techniques is required to enable digital investigators to recover critical data and evidence from damaged or corrupted data resources. The purpose of a Foremost file recovery and data carving study would be to examine and assess the tool's capabilities and performance in recovering lost or deleted files and data from a range of storage systems. Testing may entail testing the tool on various storage devices, utilising various file kinds and recovery scenarios, and comparing the tool's performance to that of competing file recovery and data carving tools.

Keywords : Digital Investigation, Computer Forensics, File Recovery, Data Carving, Foremost Tool.

Data carving and file recovery are techniques for recovering lost or deleted files and data from storage media such as hard discs, flash drives, and memory cards. These methods can be used to recover data that have been deleted by accident, lost due to a hardware failure, or are otherwise unreachable. In digital investigation and computer forensics, data carving is a critical issue. As a result, research into enhancing data carving techniques is required to enable digital investigators to recover critical data and evidence from damaged or corrupted data resources. The purpose of a Foremost file recovery and data carving study would be to examine and assess the tool's capabilities and performance in recovering lost or deleted files and data from a range of storage systems. Testing may entail testing the tool on various storage devices, utilising various file kinds and recovery scenarios, and comparing the tool's performance to that of competing file recovery and data carving tools.

Keywords : Digital Investigation, Computer Forensics, File Recovery, Data Carving, Foremost Tool.

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