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Web browser artifacts are the data that is left behind by a web browser on a computer or mobile device. When you visit the website, your computer will store all the information from the website in its cache and can be accessed with any subsequent visit to that site.

Chrome data can be forensically examined to expose details about a user's online habits, synced devices, and accounts.

Registry keys, files, timestamps, and event logs are examples of artefacts in a digital forensics inquiry.

These artifacts are files that are saved in specified operating system directories. Each browser saves its files in a different location and gives them various names, but they all contain the same type of data (most of the time) (artifacts).

Any visual piece of media that enriches a representation is referred to as a digital artefact. It may be something like a Personal Portfolio.

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