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Coming up in the Next issue of Digital Forensics Magazine

Coming up in Issue 26 on sale from February 2016:

Penetration Testing Tutorials
Continuing his series of tutorial articles about penetration testing, Andy Swift sheds some light on some of the more interesting techniques, with a focus on techniques that can be combined with basic tools to take an ordinary attack that few steps further. Read More »

Recent Advances in Forensic Radiology
Forensic Radiology is a very specialized area of medical imaging utilizing radiological techniques to assist physicians and pathologists in matter pertaining to the law. This article describes all the recent advancements done till now in the field of forensic radiology.. Read More »

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Hunting with Honeypots
In this article, we explain how there is more to a good defence strategy than what most companies and vendors would qualify as a good defence strategy; it requires timely detection and dynamic deflection, as most companies take more than six months to discover a data breach, by which point a great deal of damage may already have been done. Read More »

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