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PostPosted: Sat Apr 16, 2016 3:21 am    Post subject: location of forensicly recovered evidence Reply with quote

hi all,
beginner forensic student here,

i have a question about physical location & logical location of a evidence piece

loaded a logical image using autopsy(forensic tool)
found evidence related to given task
when labeling evidence found

i tried searching on google and the reference manual or my lecturer notes i hit a wall they only gave my definitions that i know of but they arent instructions as to how to find it(physical & logical location)?

can i get the physical & logical location of the evidence using the file path? if not how should physical and logical location of an evidence found be obtained?

please advise me thank you for viewing my quesiton.


example of what i found

file path
/img_2016-1.dd/Users/sarah/AppData/Local/Mozilla/Firefox/Profiles/xnom002l.default/cache2/entries/DF905A4CBFFF169578023164F32E71DC144F05D6

Type
JFIF

Size
10232 bytes

File Name Allocation
Allocated

Metadata Allocation
Allocated

Modified
2016-02-15 10:19:04 AWST

Accessed
2016-02-15 10:19:04 AWST

Created
2016-02-15 10:19:04 AWST

Changed
2016-02-15 10:19:04 AWST

MD5
f8c4704162a87a216c74ed8ba368f3fa
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