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Learning Autopsy for Digital Forensics

Anyone who’s ever used a computer has lost or accidentally deleted a file. In other instances, people often want to erase their digital tracks and hide their information and activity. If you work in digital forensics, recovering files and reconstructing a person’s activity on a computer can require finding and analyzing data from several sources.
In this course, Bennett Hendrix III shows you the basics of Autopsy, a digital forensic platform and graphical interface that makes it easier to deploy the tools of the Sleuth Kit and other digital forensic tools. Bennett shows you how to use the platform to analyze and recover files of interest, whether for leisure or professional investigations, and explains how to analyze evidence and covers the must-know information for how to collect these findings. Additionally, Bennett explains how to optimize the user interface to best utilize the tools in available Autopsy.

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