Category Archives: Data Recovery

Data Recovery Blog 3

Imaging Hard Drives The data recovery team has been busy making disk images for the last couple of weeks and working with a variety of unique tools. The objective of our team is to test and determine the effective means of securely deleting data. Our investigation requires a set of samples to test our techniques […]

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Data Recovery Blog 2

Data Is Not As “Deleted” As You Think Here at The Leahy Center for Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity, the Data Recovery team has been hard at work searching through hard drives. These drives have been wiped using different methods in order to find any Personally Identifiable Information, or PII, that can be tied back to […]

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Application Analysis Blog 2

Application Analysis Continued On the Application Analysis team, we have been busy recovering data from deleted programs. Please refer to this link for our previous blog post and more information about what we do! Google Drive Since our last update, the team has been busy digging through Google Drive. While we found a lot of information, […]

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Recovery of Data Fall Blog 1

Data Recovery Project Goal This semester, The Leahy Center for Digital Investigation created a project to solve issues related to data recovery. This project shows that the average user often does not truly delete their data, and that it is possible to recover this data without spending money on high end tools, such as EnCase […]

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Data Recovery Blog 2

Putting Hard Drives to the Test At the LCDI, we believe your data is important, and surely most would agree. The pictures of your family vacation are important, but what about your passwords? The hard drives that are in most computers store your data, leaving it open for anyone with the proper knowledge to find […]

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Data Recovery – Blog 1

The Science of Data Recovery Do you think your deleted data is truly gone? Every day, people around the world share, save, or move critically important data, like credit card numbers, medical checks, and passwords. It wouldn’t be unreasonable to think that the delete function erases files forever, but the truth is that those files […]

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