Month: March 2013

  • Legal Protest and Distributed Denial of Service

    The United States government, via the “We the People” portal (petitions.whitehouse.gov), was petitioned by Dylan K. [1] to “Make, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS), a legal form of protest”. The petition states that: With the advance in [Internet technology], comes new grounds for protesting. Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS), is not any form of hacking in any way. It…

  • Digital Forensic Investigation and Cloud Computing

    Digital Forensic Investigation and Cloud Computing

    Earlier this year, researchers from the Digital Forensic Investigation Research Group had a chapter published in the book “Cybercrime and Cloud Forensics: Applications for Investigation Processes“. ┬áThere were contributions from authors discussing practical as well as theoretical aspects of digital crime, investigation, side channel attacks, law, international cooperation, and the future of crime and Cloud…