Date Added: Jul 2012
The advent of technological revolution in communications and information exchange has created sophisticated form of crime, cyber crime. Cybercrimes have more severe economic impacts than many conventional crimes and like any other crime, these cyber crimes should be brought to justice. The process of gathering electronic evidence of a cyber crime is known as forensic computing. This paper addresses the technical aspects, while at the same time providing insights which would be helpful for the legal profession to better understand the unique issues related to computer forensic evidence when presented in the court of law.