Paper | Presentation Conference Downloads Author
An Evaluation of Forensic Similarity Hashes DFRWS USA 2011 Vassil Roussev, Ph.D. (University of New Orleans)
CAT Detect – A Tool for Detecting Inconsistency in Computer Activity Timelines DFRWS USA 2011 Andrew Marrington (Zayed University), Ibrahim Baggili (University of New Haven), George Mohay, Andrew Clark
Detecting Data Theft Using Stochastic Forensics DFRWS USA 2011 Jonathan Grier (Grier Forensics)
Digital Forensics in Consumer Online Privacy Class Actions DFRWS USA 2011 Scott Kamber
Distributed Forensics and Incident Response in the Enterprise DFRWS USA 2011 Michael Cohen (Google), Darren Bilby, Germano Caronni
eDiscovery Case Study DFRWS USA 2011 A. J. Krouse
Empirical Analysis of Solid State Disk Data Retention when used with Contemporary Operating Systems DFRWS USA 2011 Christopher King
Extracting the Windows Clipboard from Memory DFRWS USA 2011 James Okolica, Gilbert Peterson (US Air Force Institute of Technology)
Privacy-Preserving Network Flow Recording DFRWS USA 2011 Bilal Shebaro, Jedidiah Crandall (University of New Mexico)
System for the Proactive, Continuous, and Efficient Collection of Digital Forensic Evidence DFRWS USA 2011 Clay Shields (Georgetown University), Ophir Frieder, Mark Maloof
Advanced Evidence Collection and Analysis of Web Browser Activity DFRWS USA 2011 Junghoon Oh, Seungbong Lee, and Sangjin Lee
Augmenting Password Recovery with Online Profiling DFRWS USA 2011 Khawla Al-Wehaibi, Tim Storer, and Brad Glisson
Forensic Carving of Network Packets and Associated Data Structures DFRWS USA 2011 Robert Beverly, Ph.D. (Naval Postgraduate School), Simson Garfinkel, Ph.D. (Naval Postgraduate School), and Greg Cardwell
Towards a General Collection Methodology for Android Devices DFRWS USA 2011 Chengye Zhang and Nicolas Christin