Time and time again the internet and the browsing history of a person play a pivotal role in numerous types of cases. Internet investigations are common in computer forensics. Whether a person uses Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome or Firefox their activities can be tracked. Did the person in question browse the through the internet using an incognito mode or something similar? We can track that? Was the internet history erased? It’s OK, we can recover it. Do you need to know if a persons logged into a particular website?
Many times when conducting an internet investigation, or most other types of computer forensics based exams, the most important aspect of the exam is to place the person in question behind the computer. When you find the key piece of evidence you are only half done. Now the more difficult task is placing the person on the device/machine in question and proving it in a court of law. Many times this is a tall order to fill and requires the skill and experience of a professional computer forensic expert.
Here is just a sample of what can be recovered………
- Web history on Computers, Smartphones, and Xbox Internet Explorer
- Chat logs from AIM, Facebook, Yahoo! Chat, Skype, Pidgeon and more
- Cloud storage on Dropbox, Google Drive, and SkyDrive
- Gmail, Hotmail, and Yahoo! Mail recovery
- Peer-to-Peer Programs like Limewire/Frostwire, Gigatribe, and .torrent files
- Social Networking like Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Google+ and more
Internet investigations can be done as a stand alone exam, or in conjunction with another specialized request. Internet investigations are performed on computers, smartphones, tablets, and gaming consoles as well as smart TV’s. Call us today so we can get started on your internet investigation. Call us at (801)-980-1018 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out the contact form to the right of the screen.
Decipher Forensics LLC 686 East 110 South Ste. 104 American Fork, Utah 84003