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How can I do a forense  on windows 7 ?
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If you have to ask the question, you need to hire a professional forensic examiner. I do not say that to be glib or disrespectful, but to save you a lot of grief. Digital forensics is a very complex field of study and work that changes daily.
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by:Jose Bredariol
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No, I just  have to do a paper about that for my MBA.
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Okay, understood. I'd suggest checking out these areas for some excellent insight into Win7 analysis:

Harlan Carvey's site and blog

The SANS articles and blogs, specifically those of Rob Lee

Lance Mueller's blog, which I'm pretty sure is at www.forensickb.com

These three will provide a great body of info from some excellent industry minds.

Good luck!
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by:Jose Bredariol
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Thanks all
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