From a forensic perspective, the Recycle Bin can be a “gold mine” for gathering probative evidence which can be extremely valuable for investigative purposes. There are many forensic tools available that are designed to recover deleted files from the Recycle Bin. Depending upon the length of time a file has been deleted, forensic tools can recover the entire file or parts of the file (if it was partially overwritten).
This paper examines a set of common features to compare and contrast five popular open source email forensic tools. The study finds that all email forensic tools are not similar, offer diverse types of facility. By combining analysis tools, it may be possible to gain detailed information in the area of email forensic.
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Skype recently introduced cloud based operation and started moving away from peer-to-peer messaging with a view, to paraphrase Skype, of improving the service that we receive.
Without going into the pros and cons of this, from a forensic point of view it is irrelevant anyway, the move has had the effect of introducing a new set of artefacts and in particular a new location for stored/cached image files (pictures).
More information here: https://support.skype.com/en/faq/FA12381/what-is-the-cloud This article deals with the SQLite tables that reference to these pictures, the locations of the pictures themselves and how to join the relevant tables, decode the data held in certain blob fields and create a report showing who sent what to whom including the pictorial evidence where possible.
At the end of the article I will have shown how the different tables fit together and will provide a Browser extension that will create the necessary tables and import the
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