[Full-disclosure] Disk wiping -- An alternate approach?
quanticle at gmail.com
Tue Jan 26 04:18:41 GMT 2010
Sorry for the double post, but I forgot to add this to my last message:
>From the prosecutor's perspective, everything your hard drive is yours. It
doesn't matter whether it was part of the original data that was on the
drive or whether it came from a data set used to overwrite the original
data. You possess it, so its yours.
On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 9:31 PM, Bipin Gautam <bipin.gautam at gmail.com>wrote:
> So to the point, the techniques of forensic examiners were flawed from
> day one given that any text/evidence found on your computer is NOT
> NECESSARILY yours! Does that break digital forensics........?
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