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LibCarvPath is a library for computer forensics carving tools. The library provides in the low level needs of zero-storage carving. It does this by providing an interface to hierarchically ordered fragment lists,  and allowing these fragment lists to be converted to and from virtual file paths. These special virtual file paths can be used in conjunction with the CarvFS filesystem,  a pseudo filesystem build using fuse and LibCarvPath.  
 
LibCarvPath is a library for computer forensics carving tools. The library provides in the low level needs of zero-storage carving. It does this by providing an interface to hierarchically ordered fragment lists,  and allowing these fragment lists to be converted to and from virtual file paths. These special virtual file paths can be used in conjunction with the CarvFS filesystem,  a pseudo filesystem build using fuse and LibCarvPath.  

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LibCarvPath is a library for computer forensics carving tools.
Homepage:http://ocfa.sourceforge.net/libcarvpath/
Function:Forensic
Content type:Disk Image


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LibCarvPath is a library for computer forensics carving tools. The library provides in the low level needs of zero-storage carving. It does this by providing an interface to hierarchically ordered fragment lists, and allowing these fragment lists to be converted to and from virtual file paths. These special virtual file paths can be used in conjunction with the CarvFS filesystem, a pseudo filesystem build using fuse and LibCarvPath.

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