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The registry should be one of the main sources of information for any digital investigation in the MicrosoftÒ WindowsÒ world. The main reason for this is that so many aspects of the operating system environment are stored there that almost nothing happens in the computer without some trace being left in the registry. The following registry keys (entries) are useful for determining the physical components of the computer and its connected peripherals and hence building the picture of the physical domain.
All rights reserved. 004 MD5 collisions and the impact on computer forensics the same hash. The easiest method of accomplishing this is through what is frequently referred to as a birthday attack or birthday paradox. When a person enters a room, how many people need to be in the room before there is greater than 50% probability that one of those people in the room will share the first person’s birthday (same day not the same year)? The answer is 183 (365/2). This is because you are attempting to find someone who matches a specific date.
Now add the tremendous growth in ‘‘converged’’ technologies such as the latest generation of PDA-phones and the problems facing forensic examiners increase. While such devices may have current industry standard storage devices which can be examined using existing techniques, what of their other components? The analysis of the memory on mobile phone bodies is not yet standardised despite their all pervading presence. Even the forensic imaging of a phone SIM card has only been commercially available for a few months.