By Michael A. Caloyannides
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Do not use Encase from within the same computer you are interested in checking for the absence of sensitive data; otherwise, you risk creating temporary and other files containing precisely the keywords you don’t want to find. Keep in mind that if the computer you are trying to clean is a networked corporate one, the network administrator can readily detect what you are installing (or have installed). Numerous other software packages for overwriting data are reasonably good, but each has its own peculiarities and shortcomings.
Numerous other software packages for overwriting data are reasonably good, but each has its own peculiarities and shortcomings. cotse. net/users/bluejay for an objective comparison. Specifically: 1. The file-wiping function of many versions of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) freeware has been found to be flawed. html for a thorough hand holding on how to do it properly. 2. The disingenuously named Evidence Eliminator has a lot of controversy associated with it because of its makers’ scare tactics in advertising it.
The disk’s owner is a shoe salesman who hates computers, yet his computer has large, digitized sound files. Why? Are they a cover for steganography? The worst-case scenario, which plays itself out on a regular basis in courtrooms around the world, is when an inexperienced computer forensics person testifies in the court of a technology-challenged judge and jury, who believe every word that this presumed expert says. Judges and juries (and, sadly, most defense attorneys who went to law school before computers became a staple of daily life) believe incorrectly that: 1.