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Incident Response & Computer Forensics, Third Edition, 3rd Edition by Kevin Mandia, Matthew Pepe, Jason Luttgens

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CHAPTER  14
Investigating Applications
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While examining forensic evidence, it’s common to find artifacts that are not part of the operating system. User applications, such as Internet browsers, e-mail clients, office suites, and chat programs, store data on nearly every computer. There are also service applications, such as web servers, database servers, and e-mail servers, that support both user applications and the IT infrastructure. These data sources are often a critical source of evidence for an investigation. Therefore, it’s important to understand ...

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