An introduction to the analysis of algorithms.
Published by World Scientific (available from the McMaster bookstore and also available from Amazon).
Digital Evidence Forensics
By Tim Paterson, Electronics Unit of the Physical Sciences Section at the Centre of Forensic Sciences
Increasingly, digital evidence forensics requires low level analysis in the form of chip removal and hex dump interpretation. This, coupled with the rapid pace of technological development, presents many challenges for the modern DE forensic practitioner. In this talk I will focus on the challenges presented in software and method validation, and recovering user data by reverse engineering embedded systems (e.g. cellular telephones, card skimmers).
Assignments and Tests:
|Test 1||January 17||CS test and SE test|
|Test 2||January 31||CS test and SE test|
|Assignment 1||February 17||a1.pdf||Testcases: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 corrected.|
|Test 3||February 14||CS test and SE test|
|Test 4||February 28||CS test and SE test|
|Assignment 2||March 11||a2.pdf|
|Test 5||March 14||CS test and SE test|
|Test 6||March 28||CS test and SE test|
|Assignment 3||April 4||a3.pdf|