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10 Good Reasons Why You Should Shift Focus to Small Scale Digital Device Forensics DFRWS USA 2007 Ronald van der Knijff (Netherlands Forensic Institute)
An Efficient Technique for Enhancing Forensic Capabilities of Ext2 File System DFRWS USA 2007 Mridul Sankar Barik (Jadavpur University), Gaurav Gupta (KPMG), Shubhro Sinha (Bengal Engineering and Science University), Alok Mishra (Bengal Engineering and Science University), Chandan Mazumdara (Jadavpur University)
Analyzing Multiple Logs for Forensic Evidence DFRWS USA 2007 Ali Reza Arasteh (Concordia University), Mourad Debbabi (Concordia University), Assaad Sakha (Concordia University), Mohamed Saleh (Concordia University)
Automated Windows Event Log Forensics DFRWS USA 2007 Rich Murphey (Applied Cognitive Solutions)
File Marshal – Automatic Extraction of Peer-to-Peer Data DFRWS USA 2007 Frank Adelstein (ATC-NY), Rob Joyce (ATC-NY)
Forensic Data Recovery and Examination of Magnetic Swipe Card Cloning Devices DFRWS USA 2007 Gerry Masters(QinetiQ), Philip Turner (QinetiQ,)
Forensic Memory Analysis – From Stack and Code to Execution History DFRWS USA 2007 Ali Reza Arasteh (Concordia University), Mourad Debbabi (Concordia University)
Introducing the Microsoft Vista Log File Format DFRWS USA 2007 Andreas Schuster (Deutsche Telekom AG)
Issues with Imaging Drives Containing Faulty Sectors DFRWS USA 2007 James R. Lyle (National Institute of Standards and Technology), Mark Wozar (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
Specifying Digital Forensics – A Forensics Policy Approach DFRWS USA 2007 Carol Taylor (University of Idaho), Barbara Endicott-Popovsky (University of Washington), Deborah A. Frincke (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
The VAD Tree – A Process-Eye View of Physical Memory DFRWS USA 2007 Brendan Dolan-Gavitt (MITRE Corporation)
A Brief Study of Time DFRWS USA 2007 Florian Buchholz (James Madison University) and Brett Tjaden (James Madison University)
BodySnatcher – Towards Reliable Volatile Memory Acquisition by Software DFRWS USA 2007 Bradley Schatz (Evimetry)
Capture – A Tool for Behavioral Analysis of Applications and Documents DFRWS USA 2007 Christian Seifert (Victoria University of Wellington), Ramon Steenson (Victoria University of Wellington), Ian Welch (Victoria University of Wellington), Peter Komisarczuk (Victoria University of Wellington), and Barbara Endicott-Popovsky (University of Washington)
Carving Contiguous and Fragmented Files with Object Validation DFRWS USA 2007 Simson Garfinkel, Ph.D. (Naval Postgraduate School, Harvard University)
Digital Forensic Text String Searching – Improving Information Retrieval Effectiveness by Thematically Clustering Search Results DFRWS USA 2007 Nicole Beebe, Ph.D. (UTSA) and Jan Guynes Clark (UTSA)
Massive Threading – Using GPUs to Increase the Performance of Digital Forensics Tools DFRWS USA 2007 Lodovico Marziale (University of New Orleans), Golden G. Richard III (University of New Orleans), and Vassil Roussev (University of New Orleans)
Multi-Resolution Similarity Hashing DFRWS USA 2007 Vassil Roussev (University of New Orleans), Golden G. Richard III (University of New Orleans), and Lodovico Marziale (University of New Orleans)