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PostPosted: Mon Aug 01, 2016 1:30 pm    Post subject: MacBook Pro OS X Connected Device History Reply with quote

I have a MacBook Pro running Mountain Lion (10.8.5 I believe)

I really want to know any devices plugged into my computer within a month long time period about a year and a half ago. I have been using time machine to backup my computer on a monthly basis since I got it. I can't find any info in the system logs because all the logs get purged every 2-3 weeks or so and time machine doesn't save logs. I have upgraded my operating system from lion to mountian lion since the time in question about a year and a half ago so the Quick Look Thumbnail cache has been cleared. Are there any forensic locations that leave connected device artifacts that are saved in time machine backups? Maybe a plist file or a kernel extension?
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