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1answer
62 views

Is SSD safer than hard drive in terms of data not been stolen?

With hard drives, even after you delete its content permanently (not just moving it into trash), there is a specific magnetic techinique that can be used to recover data. From the point of view of ...
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3answers
849 views

What's the best way to copy data without leaving a trace? [closed]

I was wondering if uploading data from system disk onto a file sharing online service, but it seems like the system logs these and they could be traced by the cookies of that website. Is it the same ...
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1answer
71 views

Information flow in Linux - how to tell who is currently active and typing?

I'm currently playing a mafia/werewolves game with my cyber-security class. The basic idea is: on one machine, the moderator starts a server program all the players ssh into the machine and launch ...
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2answers
282 views

Is there a Windows utility to delete contents of RAM left by an application? [closed]

Ideally, this utility would know where in physical RAM an application was and completely clear its contents when it's closed. Does anyone know of such a utility?
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2answers
4k views

How to find out when a disc (DVD) has been written/burned?

Is there a way/tool to determine the date and time when a disc has been written/burned with high certainty? This is about data forensics and should be a solid proof. I already tried IsoBuster, but it ...
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17answers
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How can I physically destroy data from a failed HDD?

I have a broken HDD that contains sensitive data. Since no software can access the disk, I can't wipe it using any of the tools generally suggested. Breaking the disk physically into very small ...
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1answer
3k views

Where is the serial number of the DVD/CD writer stored on the CD?

I was reading the Wikileaks FAQ (archived here), it says: Many CD and DVD writers will include the serial number of the DVD or CD writer onto the CD/DVDs they write. If the post is ...
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2answers
827 views

hard drive forensics tool for linux

I am looking for an application I used in 2001. It was a curses application that displayed devices or files in hexadecimal format, and allowed searching through them and other functionality. I can't ...