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I don't know of any bootloader that will allow you to change the selected OS based on password entered alone, I would say you would need to customise a bootloader to achieve this. This link may be of interest to you also: veracrypt As may this previous Answer


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Maybe a simple way to proceed with such research would be to use some of the tools normally dedicated to game cheating by analyzing and directly editing the target software memory content. Search for things like "game memory search cheat" on your favorite search engine, and you should find several of them. The programs I'm referring to take a snapshot of ...


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You can transform the PDF into uncompressed form using pdftk. Most metadata will then be immediately visible (and removable, provided you repair the file with pdftk afterwards). Same goes for "non-immediately-PDF" code (you can see that with tools such as PDFid). You can for example easily alter the trailer where fields such as /ID are to be found: /Info ...


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What you are looking for is called "redaction". I am not aware of any "cheap" redaction tool for Unix. Depending on your documents, you will need a PDF viewer anyway, because if you have images, redaction will be visual (and you always should visually check your documents while redacting). That said, I could see three possibilities: a) Adobe Acrobat ...


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This paper in Digital Investigation gives a definite answer. From the conclusion: We conclude that even though disk alterations are made, they can be documented through experimentation, which can help during an investigation when a question arises on the integrity of using a bootable CD/DVD during an investigation. With the proper testing to ...


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There is no such document available online that provide such list as there are lots of Cyber threats out their in the market. However, I will try my best to assist you with the relevant information. Safe Browsing: There are several web browsers out their in the market that offer safe browsing, No Cookies, No Caches, No History etc. "Dolphin" is one of the ...


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The overall question would be: is using a software-only solution to acquire a hard drive image sufficient from a forensics perspective? It depends on the purpose. If you are responding to an incident and you have a need to image the drive without disturbing the machine, then if could be appropriate to use software write-blocking. However, if you ...



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