Reply To: OCU C)DFE D Week 03 Discussion

Kelly Crooks

Kevin, you did a nice job describing the three major categories of evidence. Have you had the opportunity to work with or have experience in the three categories? I am sure we all have at one time or another, probably before we knew what it was and how it worked. I found it interesting in my reading outside of the textbook how many people assume that if you delete a file from a system, it has been deleted for good.

I am not picking on my mom here but she should not have a computer or any technology of any kind. I can’t tell you how many times I have had to help her recover a file or tax item that she accidentally deleted. She has the same problems with her cell phone, fortunately, my son is able to help her with that as well.


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