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Incognito Mode Update

Introduction We’ve made some significant progress in the last few weeks as we approach the final stages of our Incognito Mode analysis. Since completing the refined data generation sessions, we have acquired new images to analyze and immediately began artifact retrieval with FTK v5.5 from there. Analysis A roadblock we encountered within the past weeks […]

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Incognito Forensics Update

Intro As we wrap things up for the semester, we have begun artifact research for our incognito forensics project, imaging the virtual machine and importing it into FTK. We encountered a problem when searching for incognito artifacts due to the fact that the general browsing session artifacts were also on the incognito virtual machine. We […]

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Incognito Mode Project Update

introduction At this point in our research, we are using a forensic imaging tool called FTK Imager, which allows us to image the browsing data we generated on our virtual machine. We began the imaging process by powering on the virtual machines to a given snapshot and them immediately powering them down.  After using VMware […]

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Incognito / Private Browsing Forensics Update

Introduction We are currently part way through the data generation process for our incognito browser research. We are testing four different browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari, and Mozilla Firefox) in both public and private modes using a Windows 7 Virtual Machine. Ultimately, we aim to catalog how much evidence is left behind after an […]

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