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REQUIREMENTS FOR A FORENSIC DUPLICATION TOOL • The tool must be able to image every bit of data on the storage media. A forensic duplicate or mirror image of the original storage medium must be created by the tool. The tool must be able to handle read mistakes gracefully and robustly.

To copy bits from one file to another, use the dd command. All forensic duplicating tools are based on this method of copying bits. dd has a lot of features, and the source code is open to the public.

A forensic clone is a copy of digital evidence that is identical to the original bit-for-bit. You can clone files, directories, hard discs, and more. A bit-stream image or forensic image is another name for a forensic clone.

Forensic UNIX Analysis Long before digital forensics was a glimmer in someone's eye, Unix computers had the dd command. This tool has now been adapted to various operating systems and has become the de facto standard for producing forensic replicas of storage media and volatile memory.

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Digital forensics is an IT (Information Technology) speciality that assumes the responsibilities of locating exhibit (evidence) at the scene of a crime (crime scene) Identification, collection, preservation, analysis, interpretation, documentation, and presentation of evidence are all responsibilities of digital forensics.

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