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Rapid Forensic Imaging of Large Disks with Sifting Collectors DFRWS USA 2015 Jonathan Grier (Grier Forensics) and Golden Richard III, Ph.D. (University of New Orleans)
The Impact of GPU-Assisted Malware on Memory Forensics: A Case Study DFRWS USA 2015 Davide Balzarotti (Eurecom), Roberto Di Pietro (Bell Labs), and Antonio Villani (University of Roma Tre)
Wirespeed: Extending The AFF4 Container Format For Scalable Acquisition And Live Analysis DFRWS USA 2015 Bradley Schatz, Ph.D. (Schatz Forensic)
A Complete Formalized Knowledge Representation Model for Advanced Digital Forensics Timeline Analysis DFRWS USA 2014 Yoan Chabot, Aurelie Bertaux, Christophe Nicolle, Tahar Kechadi
A Forensically Robust Method For Acquisition Of iCloud Data DFRWS USA 2014 Kurt Oestreicher
Cooperative Mode – Comparative Storage Metadata Verification Applied To The Xbox 360 DFRWS USA 2014 Alex Nelson, Ph.D. (NIST), Erik Steggall, Darrell Long
Design Tradeoffs for Developing Fragmented Video Carving Tools DFRWS USA 2014 Eoghan Casey, Ph.D. (University of Lausanne), Rikkert Zoun
Developing a New Digital Forensics Curriculum DFRWS USA 2014 Anthony Lang, Masooda Bashir (Illinois), Roy Campbell, Lizanne Destefano
Digital Investigations for IPv6-Based Wireless Sensor Networks DFRWS USA 2014 Vijay Kumar, George Oikonomou, Theo Tryfonas, Dan Page, Iain Phillips
Enabling Digital Forensics Practices in Libraries, Archives and Museums – The BitCurator Experience DFRWS USA 2014 Christopher Lee (UNC), Kam Woods
Extracting Hidden Messages in Steganographic Images DFRWS USA 2014 Tu-Thach Quach (Sandia National Laboratories)
Image-Based Kernel Fingerprinting DFRWS USA 2014 Vassil Roussev, Ph.D. (University of New Orleans), Irfan Ahmed (University of New Orleans), Thomas Sires
In Lieu of Swap – Analyzing Compressed RAM in Mac OS X and Linux DFRWS USA 2014 Golden Richard III, Ph.D. (Louisiana State University), Andrew Case (Volexity)
Information Assurance In A Distributed Forensic Cluster DFRWS USA 2014 Nick Pringle, Mikhaila Burgess
Media Forensics Analysis In Digital Times DFRWS USA 2014 Catalin Grigoras
Memory Forensics with Hyper-V Virtual Machines DFRWS USA 2014 Wyatt Roersma
Preliminary Forensic Analysis Of The Xbox One DFRWS USA 2014 Jason Moore, Ibrahim Baggili (University of New Haven), Andrew Marrington (Zayed University), Armindo Rodrigues
Some Practical Thoughts Concerning Active Disk Antiforensics DFRWS USA 2014 Travis Goodspeed
Testing the Forensic Soundness of Forensic Examination Environments on Bootable Media DFRWS USA 2014 Ahmed Fathy Abdel Latif Mohamed, Andrew Marrington (Zayed University), Farkhund Iqbal, Ibrahim Baggili (University of New Haven)
The Application Of Reverse Engineering Techniques Against The Arduino Microcontroller To Acquire Uploaded Applications DFRWS USA 2014 Steve Watson (VTO Labs)
The National Software Reference Library DFRWS USA 2014 Douglas White (NIST)
The Regional Computer Forensics Lab System DFRWS USA 2014 Sean O'Brien
These Logs Were Made for Talking DFRWS USA 2014 Matt Bromiley
VMI-PL – A Monitoring Language for Virtual Platforms Using Virtual Machine Introspection DFRWS USA 2014 Florian Westphal, Stefan Axelsson (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Christian Neuhaus, Andreas Polze
Multidimensional Investigation of Source Port 0 Probing DFRWS USA 2014 Elias Bou-Harb (National Cyber Forensics and Training Alliance / Concordia University ), Nour-Eddine Lakhdari, Hamad Binsalleeh, and Mourad Debbabi (Concordia University)
Ranking Algorithms For Digital Forensic String Search Hits DFRWS USA 2014 Nicole Beebe, Ph.D. (UTSA) and Lishu Liu
A Study of User Data Integrity During Acquisition of Android Devices DFRWS USA 2013 Namheun Son, Yunho Lee, Dohyun Kim, Joshua James (Digital Forensic Investigation Research Laboratory, Hallym University), Sangjin Lee, Kyungho Lee
Android Forensics – Automated Data Collection And Reporting From A Mobile Device DFRWS USA 2013 Justin Grover (The MITRE Corporation)
Automated Identification of Installed Malicious Android Applications DFRWS USA 2013 Mark Guido (The MITRE Corporation), Justin Grover (The MITRE Corporation), Jared Ondricek, Dave Wilburn, Drew Hunt, Thanh Nguyen
File Fragment Encoding Classification – An Empirical Approach DFRWS USA 2013 Vassil Roussev, Ph.D. (University of New Orleans), Candice Quates