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It entails creating a forensic image from digital devices that can hold electronic data, such as CD ROMs, hard drives, removable hard drives, smartphones, thumb drives, gaming consoles, servers, and other computer technologies.

Memory acquisition, in its most basic form, is the process of copying the contents of physical memory to another storage medium for preservation.

The most advanced and complex techniques can detect malware, rootkits, and zero days in RAM. One of the most well-known tools utilised by industry specialists is the Volatility Framework. It's a Python-based open source suite of tools that lets you look at volatile data in a computer's memory dump.

Memory forensics (also known as memory analysis) is the study of volatile data found in a computer's memory dump. Memory forensics is used by information security specialists to examine and identify assaults or harmful actions that leave no clearly identifiable trails on hard disc data.

Memory image is the term used to describe all digital media that contain some type of image or data. It can be digital media files, image data, audio files and more. Digital forensics investigators often use memory images in their investigations because they are able to retrieve the content and information from digital media which were deleted on a device or hard drive.

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