Computer forensic investigations usually follow the standard digital forensic process (acquisition, analysis and reporting). Investigations are performed on static data (i.e. acquired images) rather than "live" systems. This is a change from early forensic practices where a lack of specialist tools led to investigators commonly working on live data.
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