Digital forensic

It’s time to dive in a little farther and complete some real data acquisition. To complete this assignment, you will follow the prompts outlined in Hands-On Projects 3-1, 3-2, 3-3, and 3-4 outlined in Chapter 3 of Guide to Computer Forensics and Investigations.

Well in advance of starting this assignment, you need to ensure that you have the tools to employ your craft. This means ensuring that you have Virtual Box loaded and have downloaded Ubuntu Linux. If you have not done so yet, please go to Week 1’s Instructional Material and following the directions outlined in this week’s lectures.

Once you are certain you have the right tools, get started with Chapter 3’s Hands-On projects. Take screenshots of each step with a resulting screen and paste them (in order) in a Word document. Be sure to add labels to each of these pictures.

After completing the project, write a report of your findings in a single Word document that contains your screenshots and labels. For this report, you must use the necessary terminology and summarize your findings in a way that would be expected from a digital forensics investigator. (I suggest you consult some online professional resources before structuring your findings; you may know the right terms, but you want your work to be professional!)

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