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How to know when a file was deleted in a NTFS filesystem?

Is it possible to know when a file in a NTFS filesystem was deleted? For example, if you have the file in the recycle bin you have the metadata file that stores when the file was sent to the recycle ...
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How can I temporary disable folders links like Users\All Users in order to perform a forensic analysis?

I'm doing a forensic analysis of a hard drive that I have imaged to a dd image. The image is a NTFS filesystem that I mount in my Windows system with FTK Imager in read-only mode. Then, I search in ...
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Does a rewritten file on NTFS use the same blocks?

Suppose that we produce a sensitive document on a Windows 7 box, NTFS filesystem. As we write the document, it grows longer, and we keep saving it, which means that the editor overwrites it from the ...
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How can I view the NTFS $MFT using correct field names?

I am trying to view an NTFS master file table. Each tool I have used so far extracts all of the entries, but puts non standard headers such as STANDARD_INFORMATION_ON instead of say ...
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How to enforce NTFS permission compliance?

I have to enforce NTFS permissions based on business roles. Each role (group in ADS) can be granted the permission to read or write a file server directory. I do not care about share permissions. I ...
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Is NTFS file compression vulnerable to a CRIME-like attack when using an encrypted volume?

I know that content compression can cause SSL to be vulnerable to the CRIME attack, via changes in the content length when injected plaintext matches existing content. Does this principle carry over ...