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“…Scanlon and Kechadi [21] describe the Remote Acquisition Forensics Tool (RAFT), which makes use of a modified Ubuntu Live CD to acquire evidence and send it to a forensic server over the Internet. This approach is intended to expedite the forensics process by reducing the time taken to seize and physically transport evidence, but is limited by the bandwidth of the available Internet connection.…”
Section: B Networked Forensic Acquisitionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Scanlon and Kechadi [21] describe the Remote Acquisition Forensics Tool (RAFT), which makes use of a modified Ubuntu Live CD to acquire evidence and send it to a forensic server over the Internet. This approach is intended to expedite the forensics process by reducing the time taken to seize and physically transport evidence, but is limited by the bandwidth of the available Internet connection.…”
Section: B Networked Forensic Acquisitionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Operating system files, application files, previously encountered benign and incriminating data, etc., need not be reacquired from the device. • Reduced Bandwidth -In the scenario of remote evidence acquisition, such as the acquisition of digital evidence over the Internet [17], the reduction in the volume of data being transferred will result in vastly expedited remote acquisitions. • Automated Blacklisting/Whitelisting -Employing the proposed deduplicated system alongside sufficient categorisation of artefacts, the easy creation and maintenance of a database of all incriminating files is facilitated.…”
Section: Advantages Over Traditional Approachmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…• Remote Acquisition -Many national police forces have a limited group of trained digital forensic evidence handling specialists [2]. Combining the deployment of digital forensic first responders with a remote evidence acquisition tool, such as that described by [9], would facilitate a more efficient utilisation of trained forensic experts. Uploading disk images from the field would facilitate forensic analysts to stay in the laboratory processing case work as opposed to wasting time out in the field.…”
Section: Related Work a Expediting The Digital Forensic Processmentioning
confidence: 99%