8.6.11.18.1 Description

Cables are typically copper, coaxial, or fiber optic cables of a variety of colors, sizes, thicknesses with differing connectors depending on the devices that they are connected to.

8.6.11.18.2 Primary Use

The primary use of cables is to connect two devices together; this may be for a stand-alone computer or may be a network.

8.6.11.18.3 Potential Evidence Obtainable

1. The evidence obtainable will be the cables themselves and the ability to reconnect devices whether on a stand-alone computer or a network, to investigate how the devices work and interact.

8.6.11.18.4 Possible Issues with the Evidence

1. Cables are inert devices that only transfer information between devices or, in the case of power cables, electricity ...

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