Advances in Digital Forensics II (IFIP Advances in by Martin S. Olivier, Sujeet Shenoi

By Martin S. Olivier, Sujeet Shenoi

Electronic forensics offers with the purchase, protection, exam, research and presentation of digital proof. virtually each crime now consists of a few electronic proof; electronic forensics presents the options and instruments to articulate this proof. This publication describes unique examine effects and cutting edge functions within the rising self-discipline of electronic forensics. moreover, it highlights a number of the significant technical and felony concerns regarding electronic facts and digital crime investigations.

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Several prototype tools have been created for DEBs, including a bag viewer and a selective imager. 3. Advanced Forensic Format The Advanced Forensic Format (AFF) is a single, flexible format that can be used for a variety of tasks. This section discusses AFF's design goals and its two-layered architecture that helps achieve the design goals. 1 AFF Goals The specific design goals for AFF are provided below. We believe that AFF delivers on all these goals. • Ability to store disk images with or without compression.

K p is the product key (e, N 1 N 2 ••• ,Np ) . DEFINITION 11 The group key Kg for a group of k members PI, . . ,Pk, with a member Pi having the public/private key pair K, = (e, N i) / K i- l = (di , Ni ), is defined to be the product key K 1 x K 2 X ••• X Kk. 3 A message m < N 1 x N 2 •• • Nk encrypted with a group key Kg = K 1 X K 2 X K k can be decrypted with anyone of the private keys tc;'. COROLLARY Proof: The proof follows directly from Lemma 1 and Theorem 3. 1 Group Key Generation and Revocation Group key management is usually done at the central server.

2. The group key is generated as K gr = K, X Kl X ' " x K n . Each unmanned device stores the key pair (Kgr, Ki l) The keys K s ' K;l, K 1 • .

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