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Computer Forensic Investigations
Hard Drive Investigation or Computer Forensics is the collection, preservation, analysis, evidence and presentation of computer-related (Including online, web browsing activities). Computer evidence can be useful in criminal cases, civil litigation, and human resource and employment proceedings.
More information is retained in a computer than people realize. It’s also difficult to completely remove information than is generally thought. For these reasons, as well as others, computer forensic examinations can typically recover lost or deleted information (or at a minimum, find evidence of the information) even when it has been intentionally deleted.
ECO Data Recovery Forensic examinations of a computer hard drive go far beyond normal recovery techniques, probing areas and files on the media not normally accessed by untrained personnel. These examinations can locate whatever data a business, agency, or individual needs.
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Who needs Forensic Investigations?
ECO Data Recovery Forensic Hard Drive Investigations have assisted law enforcement agencies, law firms, private investigators, government agencies, and human resources departments and private individuals throughout the country. In this day and age, corporate sabotage and communications, infidelity, pornography, and numerous other situations in which a forensic investigation is required happen more often than ever.
Here is a brief list of what is possible to recover:
Recovery of deleted hard drive files
Data recovery even after a hard drive has been reformatted or re-partitioned
Damaged and encrypted hard drives can be recovered (with key)
discovery of web sites that have been visited
Discovery of what files have been downloaded
Discovery of when files were last accessed
Discovery of faxes sent or received on a computer
Discovery of email messages and attachments even if previously deleted