Cyber-crimes are taking over the world like a breeze. For every crimes committed around the globe, one or the other form of computer or any electronic device is used. So every crime can be linked as cyber-crime. To investigate these crimes, a cost friendly and easily available forensic device is required, which helps in collecting, analyzing and preserving data from which results can be extracted. This paper illuminates all the practices that are currently in place and also clarifies the effects of vulnerabilities.
Divith Devaiah M.M et.al, “Survey on current Digital forensic practices”, International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, 4(5):180-184 ,May -2017
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