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Forensic Analysis of Windows Registry Against Intrusion  [PDF]
Haoyang Xie,Keyu Jiang,Xiaohong Yuan
International Journal of Network Security & Its Applications , 2012,
Abstract: Windows Registry forensics is an important branch of computer and network forensics. Windows Registry is often considered as the heart of Windows Operating Systems because it contains allof the configuration setting of specific users, groups, hardware, software, and networks. Therefore, Windows Registry can be viewed as a gold mine of forensic evidences which could be used in courts. This paper introduces the basics of Windows Registry, describes its structure and its keys and subkeys thathave forensic values. This paper also discusses how the Windows Registry forensic keys can be applied in intrusion detection.
明代黄册归户底籍二种  [PDF]
安徽大学学报(哲学社会科学版) , 2007,
Abstract: 上海图书馆藏《嘉靖徽州府歙县程玄信黄册析户册底》系黄册分析归户册,为正式告明立户之际,在新老各户之间对黄册所载人丁事产进行分析归户;《万历徽州府祁门县吴自祥户黄册归户册底》系黄册田亩税粮归户册,是将黄册所载税粮,在本户所属各子户下进行归户。文书所载表明,明清时代即使占有土地不多的一般业户,从户内的经济关系而言,亦多为总户与子户这种关系,具有普遍性。
帝王陵墓之册、宝、志探析  [PDF]
东南文化 , 2012,
Abstract: ????谥册(策)、哀册(策)、谥宝、墓志,分别是古代帝王陵墓内标识墓主身份的重要物品。汉以后它们的形式、内容和使用制度不断变化,在帝王陵墓中,册宝之制因古礼而沿袭;墓志自出现以后则基本用于帝后以下人群。
Forensic odontostomatology  [PDF]
Geoffrey H. Sperber
Forensic Medicine and Anatomy Research (FMAR) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/fmar.2013.14019
Abstract: Teeth are the most durable and enduring structures of human anatomy, surviving fragmentation, partial incineration and severe decomposition. The role of teeth in identification is manifested as significant specifiers of deceased or living individuals. The characteristics of dentalmorphology are genetically-inherited and ascribable to racial or familial ancestry. Dental age identification is attributable to young individuals. The chemical composition of teeth identifies diets during life, as attritional wear patterns do. Bite marks transiently relate to the perpetrator of attacks. Dental restorations and prostheses are evidence of economic, cultural and social status of deceased individuals. Palatal rugae patterns are unique to individuals. The DNA identification of postmortem dental pulp tissue relating to a deceased individual or a living relative is the ultimate criterion of positive association of forensic recognition, as other means of identification become less effective, forensic dental identification increases in importance.
Forensic Audit Major Objectives
Natalya А. Derzhavina
European Researcher , 2011,
Abstract: The article discloses objectives of forensic audit as the procedural law institute (constitutional, civil, arbitration, criminal and administrative), providing justice delivery.
Forensic Chemistry Training
Zuhal GER?EK
Yüksek??retim ve Bilim Dergisi , 2012,
Abstract: Increasing the types of terrorism and crime nowadays, the importance of the forensic sciences can be bett er understood. Forensic science is the application of the wide spectrum of science to answer the question of legal system. It contains the application of the principles, techniques and methods of basic sciences and its main aim is the determination of the physical facts which are important in legal situations. Forensic chemistry is the branch of chemistry which performs the chemical analysis of evidences that used in the courts. Forensic chemist is the professional chemist who analyzes the evidences from crime scene and reaches a result by application of tests. Th us, they have to have a special education. In forensic laboratories candidates who have chemistry/biochemistry undergraduate degree and took biology and forensic chemistry lectures are preferred. It is necessary to design graduate and undergraduate education to train a forensic chemist. Science education should be at the core of the undergraduate education. In addition to this strong laboratory education on both science and forensic science should be given. Th e graduate program of forensic science example should contain forensic science subjects, strong academic lectures on special subjects and research and laboratory components.
Enamel Structure and Forensic Use
C. Stavrianos,C. Papadopoulos,L. Vasiliadis,P. Dagkalis,I. Stavrianou,N. Petalotis
Research Journal of Biological Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/rjbsci.2010.650.655
Abstract: Tooth enamel is the hardest and most highly mineralized substance of the body and with dentin, cementum and dental pulp is one of the four major tissues which make up the tooth in vertebrates. The unique microstructure of enamel resides fossilized tracks of its growth process. These tracks represent the incremental growth of enamel. Forensic odontology is a vital and integral part of forensic science. Essential data could be derived by the study of the enamel structure and contribute in dental identification, age estimation procedures and archaeology, anthropology and forensic researches. Further advances in image analysis and computer technology would enhance the knowledge and improve the accuracy of methods used in Forensic odontology field.
Editorial: Statistics and forensic science  [PDF]
Stephen E. Fienberg
Statistics , 2007, DOI: 10.1214/07-AOAS140
Abstract: Forensic science is usually taken to mean the application of a broad spectrum of scientific tools to answer questions of interest to the legal system. Despite such popular television series as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and its spinoffs--CSI: Miami and CSI: New York--on which the forensic scientists use the latest high-tech scientific tools to identify the perpetrator of a crime and always in under an hour, forensic science is under assault, in the public media, popular magazines [Talbot (2007), Toobin (2007)] and in the scientific literature [Kennedy (2003), Saks and Koehler (2005)]. Ironically, this growing controversy over forensic science has occurred precisely at the time that DNA evidence has become the ``gold standard'' in the courts, leading to the overturning of hundreds of convictions many of which were based on clearly less credible forensic evidence, including eyewitness testimony [Berger (2006)].
Methods of Identification in Forensic Dentistry  [cached]
Ratnakar.P,Gowri Sankar Singaraju
Annals and Essences of Dentistry , 2010,
Abstract: The subject of Forensic Odontology has been generating as an area of emphasis for all interested and properly trained dentists in all hazards response. Many States have recognized the role of forensic dentist in the areas of emergency/hazard readiness. Forensic Odontology or Forensic Dentistry has been a discipline within the oral medicine fold and has been a well-accepted role for dentists. When the Tsunami in the Tamilnadu in 2001 and Bomb blasts in Mumbai in 2008 struck the people , another facet in the role of dentists and dentistry in emergency response as a forensic expert came to the collective consciousness of oral health professionals. The dentists participating in such events should be properly trained to have a meaning full role in disaster response. The dental evidence in forensic investigation is legally accepted. However there are certain pitfalls associated with the various methods in forensic dentistry. In this review various methods employed in the forenic odontology for personal identification such as Bite marks, Cheiloscopy , Rugoscopy , photographs and radiographs are discussed.
A New Approach of Digital Forensic Model for Digital Forensic Investigation  [PDF]
Inikpi O. Ademu,Dr Chris O. Imafidon,Dr David S. Preston
International Journal of Advanced Computer Sciences and Applications , 2011,
Abstract: The research introduces a structured and consistent approach for digital forensic investigation. Digital forensic science provides tools, techniques and scientifically proven methods that can be used to acquire and analyze digital evidence. The digital forensic investigation must be retrieved to obtain the evidence that will be accepted in the court. This research focuses on a structured and consistent approach to digital forensic investigation. This research aims at identifying activities that facilitate and improves digital forensic investigation process. Existing digital forensic framework will be reviewed and then the analysis will be compiled. The result from the evaluation will produce a new model to improve the whole investigation process.
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