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DFRWS 2003 took place in Cleveland, Ohio.

PapersEdit

  • Peter Stephenson: Putting the Horse in Front of the Cart slides
  • Sarah Mocas Ph.D.: Building Theoretical Underpinnings for Digital Forensics Research slides
  • Chet Hosmer: Discovering Covert Digital Evidence slides
  • Olivier DeVel Ph.D.: File Classification Using Sub-Sequence Kernels slides
  • Joe Sremack: Cross-Validation of Filesystem Layers for Computer Forensics slides
  • Benjamin M. Rodriquez: An Improved Raw Quick Pairs Blind Steganalysis Method slides
  • Troy Larson JD: Competence and Community slides
  • Eoghan Casey: Forensic Network Analysis Tools: Strengths, Weaknesses, and Future Needs slides
  • Kulesh Shanmugasundaram: ForNet: A Distributed Network Forensics System slides
  • R. Chandramouli Ph.D.: Detecting Covert Communications on the Internet: Some Challenges and Solutions slides
  • Thomas Daniels Ph.D.: A Functional Reference Model of Passive Network Origin Identification slides paper

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