The paper “Network and device forensic analysis of Android social-messaging applications” got accepted at the Digital Forensic Research Conference 2015 in Philadelphia. Thank you to all co-Authors who put a tremendous amount of effort in that article.
LaTeX is a powerful alternative to (Microsoft) Word for writing comprehensive reports/theses and is also often required by Journals in Computer Sciences, Chemistry or other Engineering disciplines. Some main features are: Free Easy to change templates (e.g., 1 vs. 2 column) Tools to maintain your bibliography (you can import references from google-scholar automatically and cite […]
Congratulations to Tobias Huppertz who successfully defended his Master thesis “an indexing approach for approximate matching using Bloom filters” on Wednesday, February 25th, 2015. This was a collaboration between the University of applied sciences (Hochschule Darmstadt) and the University of New Haven. Abstract A major challenge in digital forensic investigation is the automated presorting of data to […]
Moving to a new place is always a big huddle — moving to a different state is even a bigger one. While moving I took notes what I had to consider and had to do which I would like to share with you. This list is by far not complete but it might give you some […]