Forensics
recommendations/experience with CD/DVD autoloader May 29 2007 03:26PM
Glenn Dardick (gdardick dardick net) (2 replies)
Re: recommendations/experience with CD/DVD autoloader May 31 2007 04:55PM
Robert Reed (rreed567 earthlink net) (1 replies)
Re: recommendations/experience with CD/DVD autoloader Jun 01 2007 01:48AM
Raymond C. Parks (rcparks comcast net)
RE: recommendations/experience with CD/DVD autoloader May 31 2007 04:25PM
Jon Hill (jhill inicom net) (1 replies)
Glenn,

We moved to producing data on hard drive some time ago. As you said, images are getting bigger but so are the options for production media. The small USB powered notebook-drive based portable drive units are large enough to hold a good amount of data (~160GB these days), as simple as plugging in a USB thumb drive, and pretty cheap (<$150). If you need write-protected drive options you'll probably have to assemble something yourself but still, there are options out there.

-Jon L. Hill
iniCom Networks Inc.

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Subject: recommendations/experience with CD/DVD autoloader

As the drives are getting larger and larger it is becoming more of a
pain to submit forensic images on optical media. Any
thoughts/experience with the following:

1) preference/insistence by courts of forensic images on specific type
of media (hard disk drive, optical media, tape)

2) pricing/reliability/recommendations of cd/dvd autoloader to automate
copying of image files to DVD's

Thanks

Glenn S. Dardick

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RE: recommendations/experience with CD/DVD autoloader May 31 2007 07:18PM
Michael Dunigan (MDunigan62 aim com) (1 replies)
RE: recommendations/experience with CD/DVD autoloader May 31 2007 07:20PM
Jon Hill (jhill inicom net)


 

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