Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime: Fifth International by Pavel Gladyshev, Andrew Marrington, Ibrahim Baggili

By Pavel Gladyshev, Andrew Marrington, Ibrahim Baggili

This publication constitutes the completely refereed post-conference lawsuits of the fifth foreign ICST convention on electronic Forensics and Cyber Crime, ICDF2C 2013, held in September 2013 in Moscow, Russia. The sixteen revised complete papers provided including 2 prolonged abstracts and 1 poster paper have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 38 submissions. The papers disguise different themes within the box of electronic forensics and cybercrime, starting from legislation of social networks to dossier carving, in addition to technical matters, details struggle, cyber terrorism, severe infrastructure safety, criteria, certification, accreditation, automation and electronic forensics within the cloud.

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3. Scheduled activities which are configured by the user etc. 3 Information of Paused Files The paused file information is present in two folders. The investigator can look at the folder ‘flareGet_ALLDOWN’ (explained in Sect. 1) or ‘flareGet’. config/’. conf’ in this folder is essentially used to provide resume capabilities for file downloads if the download is paused by the user or the Internet connection is not available. flareGet also provides resume capabilities for downloading files after closing flareGet or shutting down the PC.

3. config/flareSBase’. Table 2 shows the three different samples of passwords with the corresponding encrypted password stored by flareGet. It is clear from Table 2 that flareGet uses a simple additive cipher technique whose key is equal to 3. flareGet first converts the characters entered by the user as a password into ASCII code and then adds 3 to the corresponding ASCII code. Table 2. Analysis of encrypted password. Password in plain text jjjkkklll flare123Get flare@! $Get* ASCII code 106 106 106 107 107 107 108 108 108 102 108 97 114 101 49 50 51 71 101 116 102 108 97 114 101 64 33 36 71 101 116 42 Password in encrypted form mmmnnnooo ioduh456Jhw ioduhC$’Jhw- ASCII code 109 109 109 110 110 110 111 111 111 105 111 100 117 104 52 53 54 74 104 119 105 111 100 117 104 67 36 39 74 104 119 45 Since ASCII is defined for 128 (ASCII code from 0-127) characters, in boundary cases, the addition of ‘3’ to the ASCII code exceeds the 126thASCII code (127 is reserved for DEL).

The file information remains until overwritten by the flareGet. Each downloaded file information record starts with an integer. For example, in Fig. zip’ indicated by ‘fname’ started with integer ‘0’. All the attributes of this file start with integer ‘0’. Similarly the next file attribute starts with integer ‘1’ and so on. The important attributes from the forensic point of view are explained below: furl: shows where the downloaded file is stored. fsize: shows the size of the downloaded file in string format.

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