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Learning iOS Forensics - Second Edition by Pasquale Stirparo, Mattia Epifani

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Chapter 1. Digital and Mobile Forensics

Not long from now, we would be talking mainly, if not solely, about computer forensics and computer crimes, such as an attacker breaking into a computer network system and stealing data. This would involve two types of offense: unlawful/unauthorized access and data theft. As mobile phones became more popular, the new field of mobile forensics developed.

Nowadays, things have changed radically and are still changing at quite a fast pace as technology evolves. Digital forensics, which includes all disciplines dealing with electronic evidence, is also being applied to common crimes, to those that, at least by definition, are not strictly IT crimes. Today, more than ever, we live in a society that is fully digitalized ...

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