In today’s digital era it is important to pay an acute attention to cyber forensics as most of us closely work in the binary ensemble with computers every day from sharing a photo and connecting to the outer world to making business deals and money transactions over the internet. Cybercrime can be defined as crimes taking place with a computer or computer network as the target, tool or place. Today nearly 18 people per second and still counting are becoming victims of cyber crime in the world.
1. E-mail Tracking: it is a method for monitoring the email delivery to the intended recipient. We use a form of digitally time-stamped record to reveal the exact time and date that an email was received or opened, as well the IP address of the recipient.
Social Media Investigation: Social media posts, status updates, photos, and conversations of an individual are investigated to provide information relevant to a case, to supplement evidence, establish character, support or disqualify an alibi.We have access to high-powered software that makes for a quicker, more efficient search. (Read more) We also have a strong understanding of ethics and know what data must be pulled for evidence to be admissible in court. This means we are well-versed in metadata, MD5 hash value, what is required for provability, and the rules that dictate what level of searching, friending, and following is allowed, depending on the case.
2. E-mail Authentication (65B of Indian Evidence Act): The purpose of email authentication is to validate the identitiesof who participated in transferring and possibly modifying a message. The results of such validation can then be used in email filtering, and can assist recipients when selecting an appropriate action or reply to an incoming message.
3. Linguistic Examination: (Anonymous social media / mail contents to identify the person): It refers to the language and law which includes legislation, comprehensibility of legal documents, analysis and interpretation of legal texts, legal genres, history of legal languages, legal discourse, multilingual matters in legal contexts, discourse analysis of legal resources, language and disadvantage before the law, language minorities and the legal system, language rights, power and the law, intercultural matters and mediation in legal contexts. (Read more) Language as evidence can beanalysed for compiling corpora (statements, confessions, suicide notes), computational author identification or profiling, language as evidence in civil cases (trademark, contract disputes, defamation, product liability, deceptive trade practices, copyright infringement), dialectology and sociolinguistics, semantics, pragmatics and speech act analysis.
4. Web Security Audit: This is an Information Security that deals specifically with security of websites, web applications and web services. At a high level, Web application security draws on the principles of application security but applies them specifically to Internet and Web systems. (Read more) This process includes automated Testing Proprietary, Open-Source & Commercial Tools, Manual Testing Application Mapping and Logic Testing, Integration Data Correlation and Cross-Referencing, Reporting Custom Developed with Detailed Fix Information
5. Server analysis: Server analysis is a process to analysis of services, data or any information.MicrosoftSQLServerAnalysis Services, SSAS (and sometimes MSAS), is an online analytical processing (OLAP) and data mining tool in Microsoft SQL Server. SSAS is used as a tool by organizations to analyze and make sense of information possibly spread out across multiple databases, or in disparate tables or files.
6. Router analysis: When investigating routers there are a series of built-in commands that can be used for analysis. Router traffic monitoring helps to sense the first signs of an abnormality or a possible network incident. (Read more) Early detection can help a long way in taking corrective action to avoid downtime. Router analysis/traffic lets you monitor the vital information pertaining to your network like device traffic, top interfaces by speed, top interfaces by utilization, top applications, protocols, sources. Router analysis helps in analyzing system description, string search, timeline creation & analysis data & live system, OS-specification analysis and verification.
7. Network packet sniffing: Packet sniffing is the act of capturing packets of data flowing across a computer network. The software or device used to do this is called a packet sniffer. Packet sniffing is to computer networks where wiretapping is to a telephone network. It is widely used to gather information about networks which are intended to break into.