This course teaches advanced topics and applications in varied areas of computer forensics. Active participation of the students is encouraged in the form of writing and presenting papers in a variety of research areas of forensics. The course is planned to enhance the professional engineering community’s understanding of breakthrough developments in special areas of computer forensics.
- Digital media wiping
- Slack space manipulation
- Secure Digest Collision generation
- Forensic tool vulnerabilities
- Memory manipulation
- Misleading evidence
- Metadata manipulation
- Audit/Log manipulation
- Network manipulation
Contact hours: 45
Lecture hours: 40
Lab hours: 5
Faculty office hours: faculty is available outside class hours by appointment, via email, and at scheduled times.
Advising: faculty and career counselors are available to assist students with their career directions and questions.