Cybercrime Investigation and Digital Forensics with open source tools
School of Science and Technology, MSc in Communications and Cybersecurity
Internet is growing on daily basis and people are becoming “closer”
. “Closer” to an Online world, to
The World Wide Web is an unfathomable marvel;
which makes the world coming closer
; yet it has additionally made
a major field of potential problems and issues, calling them “cyber problems”. The World Wide Web or Internet is
known as “Cyber World” as well.
Many terrorists, hackers, activists etc. are exploiting those cyber problems
so, the cybercrime is growing
daily. We call “cybercrime” the crimes coming from the “Cyber World”. They are evolving daily and many people
have become victims of hacking, theft, phishing, etc.
As stated, “Cybercrime threatens our safety, undermines our economy
, and the score and sophistication of
cybercrime in the 21st
Century demands an equally sophisticated and ambitious strategy to tackle it”
, 65% of adults worldwide have been a victim of cybercrime while
many other reports indicating that cybercrime has been aroused.
In recent years, digital forensics has become very popular due to the large
and Cybersecurity was not always the top or one of the top priorities; either today!
The emerge and growing use of technology present new challenges for research in the field of cybercrime
investigation and digital forensic.
Hack1ng seems like is an upcoming trend as there are many organizations
providing hacking or penetration testing courses from beginners to experts.
This research contains a comparison of some of the top open source digital forensic tools
along with the
for cybercrime investigation. Analysis and investigation also takes place for a
as a part of this re