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Process of Digital forensics includes 1) Identification, 2) Preservation, 3) Analysis, 4) Documentation and, 5) Presentation.

The process is predominantly used in computer and mobile forensic investigations and consists of three steps: acquisition, analysis and reporting.

Digital forensics (sometimes known as digital forensic science) is a branch of forensic science encompassing the recovery, investigation, examination and analysis of material found in digital devices, often in relation to mobile devices and computer crime.

Forensics is the process of determining the source of a crime and suspecting the case. It involves several stages such as investigation, analysis, validation and investigation. This process needs to be carried out with proper procedures and accuracy to avoid any loss in evidence or legal expenses.

Digital forensics is a broad term which usually refers to the study of digital information, including all its forms: digital media, digital data and digital files. In the forensic context, it refers to the examination of information over a network or device by means of computer-based or human-in-the-loop security analysis tools. It involves forensic investigation in an area such as software development and application development."

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