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Network Forensic Analysis Using Visualization Effect

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2 Author(s)
Seung-hoon Kang ; Dept. of Digital Forensics, Korean Nat. Police Agency, Seoul ; Juho Kim

A numerous property and information are transferred to electronic and computerized while internet and networks are expanded. Behind the convenience, problems such as cyber terror, computer crime, and privacy trespassers are growing constantly. There are a number of evidences showing that damaged computers and the related systems are used for tracking the criminal or proving the crime. In the part of computer forensics, there have been many efforts to find the evidences in the network. A new efficient network forensic analysis using visualization, that supports panoramical views and human centralized analysis is proposed in this paper. In this work, the emphasis on maximizing the visualization effect related to network components is made to build more efficient forensic system. The experimental results show that visualized network forensic analysis utilizes resource and time more efficiently compared to the traditional methods.

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Convergence and Hybrid Information Technology, 2008. ICHIT '08. International Conference on

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28-30 Aug. 2008