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Looking Ahead (Just a Little Bit More)

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In the first edition of this book, we opened this chapter with these words: We have attempted, in this book, to offer a basic foundation for the professional practice of forensic computing. Our aim has been to put in place sufficient theory and good practice as to enable professionals to continue their development from a sound and confident starting point.

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Hard Disk Plain Text Plain Text Message Strong Encryption Encrypt Version 
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