Internet forensics

Internet forensics

The investigation of criminal activity that has occurred on the Internet. It deals with the analysis of the origins, contents, patterns and transmission paths of email and Web pages as well as browser history and Web server scripts and header messages. See computer forensics.
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Huang, "Procedure guidance for Internet forensics coping with copyright arguments of client-server-based P2P models," Computer Standards & Interfaces, vol.
Robert Jones' INTERNET FORENSICS (059610006X, $39.95) examines how to use digital evidence to solve computer crimes.

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