Computer forensics concerns the technical knowledge necessary for collection, analysis and provision of digital evidence in a court of law. Computer forensic refers to the collection, discovery, and preservation of digital data for use in a court of law for the protection of entities or individuals (Bayuk, 2010). This has been in response to the major increase in electronic crimes since the 1970s, especially in the financial sector.
Anti-forensics are the tools, procedures and techniques that undermine forensic tools and the work of forensic investigation. Anti-forensics aims at disrupting the collection of information, avoiding detection, increasing investigation time and reducing the ...