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|purpose=Collection of command line computer forensics digital investigation tools.
 
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|homepage=http://www.sleuthkit.org/
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= Description =
 
= Description =
 
Collection of command line computer forensics digital investigation tools. The related Autopsy Forensic Browser is an HTML-based graphical interface specifically developed for use with Sleuth Kit. Developed by Brian Carrier.
 
Collection of command line computer forensics digital investigation tools. The related Autopsy Forensic Browser is an HTML-based graphical interface specifically developed for use with Sleuth Kit. Developed by Brian Carrier.
  
 
= User Experiences =
 
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* When viewing contents of a data collection, get rid of program and system files by using the NSRL database filter.
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* Find deleted photos with PhotoRec.
  
 
= Development Activity =
 
= Development Activity =
 
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Latest revision as of 12:35, 21 April 2021





Collection of command line computer forensics digital investigation tools.
Homepage:http://www.sleuthkit.org/
Function:Forensic
Content type:Disk Image


Description[edit]

Collection of command line computer forensics digital investigation tools. The related Autopsy Forensic Browser is an HTML-based graphical interface specifically developed for use with Sleuth Kit. Developed by Brian Carrier.

User Experiences[edit]

  • When viewing contents of a data collection, get rid of program and system files by using the NSRL database filter.
  • Find deleted photos with PhotoRec.

Development Activity[edit]