Using File Hashes to Reduce Forensic Analysis

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The "hashkeeper" paradigm or model was first introduced a number of years ago by Brian Deering of the National Drug Intelligence Center (www.hashkeeper.org).

Since then, computer forensic analysts have come to use the term hashkeeper when they discuss ways of using the hash values of files to assist in forensic analysis. I will not attempt to explain or define the various hashing algorithms, nor discuss the robustness of one over the other. One ...

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