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Velociraptor Deep DiveDFRWS USA 2021Michael Cohen (Velocidex)
Topological Data Analysis for Ransomware Detection on the Bitcoin BlockchainDFRWS USA 2021 Cuneyt Akcora (University of Manitoba)
LogExtractor: Extracting Digital Evidence from Android Log Messages via String and Taint AnalysisDFRWS USA 2021 Chris Chao-Chun Cheng (Iowa State University), Chen Shi (Iowa State University), Neil Zhenqiang Gong (Duke University), and Yong Guan (Iowa State University)
Duck Hunt: Memory Forensics of USB Attack PlatformsDFRWS USA 2021 Tyler Thomas (University of New Haven), Mathew Piscitelli (University of New Haven), Bhavik Nahar (University of New Haven), and Ibrahim Baggili (University of New Haven)
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What do incident response practitioners need to know? A skillmap for the years aheadDFRWS USA 2021 Radek Hranicky (Brno University of Technology), Frank Breitinger (University of Liechtenstein), Ondrej Rysavy (Brno University of Technology), John Sheppard (Waterford Institute of Technology), Florin Schaedler (University of Liechtenstein), and Simon Malik (Albstadt-Sigmaringen University)
Machine Learning Based Approach to Analyze File Meta Data for Smart Phone File TriageDFRWS USA 2021 Cezar Serhal (University College Dublin) and Nhien-An Le-Khac (University College Dublin)
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ChunkedHCs Algorithm for Authorship Verification Problems: Reddit Case StudyDFRWS USA 2021 Anh Duc Le (Munster Technological University and Rigr AI), Justin McGuinness (Munster Technological University), and Edward Dixon (Rigr AI)
JTAG-based PLC Memory Acquisition Framework for Industrial Control SystemsDFRWS USA 2021 Muhammad Haris Rais (Virginia Commonwealth University), Rima Asmar Awad (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Juan Lopez Jr (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and Irfan Ahmed (Virginia Commonwealth University)
How Viable is Password Cracking in Digital Forensic Investigation? Analyzing the Guessability of over 3.9 Billion Real-World AccountsDFRWS USA 2021 Aikaterini Kanta (University College Dublin and European Commission, Joint Research Centre), Sein Coray (University of Basel), Iwen Coisel (European Commission, Joint Research Centre), and Mark Scanlon (University College Dublin)
Another Brick in the Wall: An Exploratory Analysis of Digital Forensics Programs in the United StatesDFRWS USA 2021 Syria McCullough (University of New Haven), Stella Abudu (University of New Haven), Ebere Onwubuariri (University of New Haven), and Ibrahim Baggili (University of New Haven)
Robust Malware Detection Models: Learning from Adversarial Attacks and DefensesDFRWS USA 2021 Hemant Rathore (BITS Pilani), Adithya Samavedhi (BITS Pilani), Sanjay K. Sahay (BITS Pilani), and Mohit Sewak (Microsoft)
Forensic Analysis of Xiaomi IoT EcosystemDFRWS USA 2021 Euaggelos Dragonas (University of Peiraeus)
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Computer Forensic Reference Data Sets (CFReDS v2.0) for Digital EvidenceDFRWS USA 2021Rick Ayers, Mehdi Shahid and Barbara Guttman (NIST)
Time Well Spent: Precision Timing, Monotonic Clocks and the iOS PowerLog databaseDFRWS USA 2021Mike Williamson (Magnet Forensics) and Sab Strong (Magnet Forensics)
A Behavioral-based Forensic Investigation Approach for Analyzing Attacks on Water Plants Using GANsDFRWS USA 2021 Nataliia Neshenko (Florida Atlantic University), Elias Bou-Harb (University of Texas at San Antonio), and Borko Furht (University of Texas at San Antonio)
Chip Chop — Smashing the Mobile Phone Secure Chip for Fun and Digital ForensicsDFRWS USA 2021 Gunnar Alendal (Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)), Geir Olav Dyrkolbotn (NTNU), and Stefan Axelsson (NTNU)
Malware family classification via efficient Huffman featuresDFRWS USA 2021 Stephen O Shaughnessy (Technological University Dublin) and Frank Breitinger (University of Lausanne)
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Glitching the KeepKey hardware walletDFRWS EU 2021 Erwin Intveld and Peter Zuijdervliet
CuFA: a more formal definition for digital forensic artifactsDFRWS USA 2016 Vikram Harichandran (University of New Haven, Daniel Walnycky (University of New Haven, Ibrahim Baggili (University of New Haven), and Frank Breitinger (University of New Haven)
A live digital forensics approach for quantum mechanical computersDFRWS EU 2022 Dayton Closser, Elias Bou-Harb