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Determining that someone is not the author of an offensive email May 28 2007 07:45PM
Flavio Silva (flavioabs gmail com) (4 replies)
Re: Determining that someone is not the author of an offensive email Jun 01 2007 05:30AM
Alan Parks (alan mojohosting com) (1 replies)
Re: Determining that someone is not the author of an offensive email Jun 02 2007 01:11AM
Flavio Silva (flavioabs gmail com)
Re: Determining that someone is not the author of an offensive email May 29 2007 04:13PM
Gleyson Melo (gleysonmelo gmail com)
RE: Determining that someone is not the author of an offensive email May 29 2007 03:46PM
Glenn Dardick (gdardick dardick net) (1 replies)
Re: Determining that someone is not the author of an offensive email May 30 2007 02:15AM
Flavio Silva (flavioabs gmail com) (1 replies)
Thank you for your answer Glenn!

On 5/29/07, Glenn Dardick <gdardick (at) dardick (dot) net [email concealed]> wrote:
> Assuming, S used Internet Explorer, you might want to look at the INDEX.DAT and Cache files within the Temporary Internet Files folder. It might show when Hotmail was accessed (in the INDEX.DAT) as well as what was on those pages (in the Cache). If S was composing email on Hotmail at 16:20 that would be bad. If S was not composing and did not even access Hotmail at that time, that would be good - assuming you are the defense of course.

Yes, I am a technical advisor of the defence counselor. This is a good
idea. I did not have access to the machines nor to the disks. I am
asking to visit S to explore his computer.

Thank you again.

Regards

Flavio

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Re: Determining that someone is not the author of an offensive email May 31 2007 09:11PM
AdityaK (aditya1010 gmail com)
Re: Determining that someone is not the author of an offensive email May 29 2007 03:07PM
Justin Alcorn (justin jalcorn net)


 

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