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Digital evidence analysis

Any Digital information or artifacts that can be used as evidence. Rebuild the evidence or repeat a situation to verify the same results every time. Checking the hash value. We are working with four major tasks for working with digital evidence.

Our Five Rules of Evidences:
1. Admissible: Must be able to used in court
2. Authentic: Evidence relates to incident in relevant way
3. Compete: Exculpatory evidence for alternative suspects
4. Reliable : No. question about authenticity & veracity
5. Believable: Clear , Easy to understand , and believable by a Jury

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