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Global Positioning Systems: Analysis Principles and Sources of Evidence in User Devices

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3 Author(s)
Daniel Jones ; Inf. Security Res. Group, Univ. of Glamorgan, Pontypridd ; Iain Sutherland ; Theodore Tryfonas

The growing popularity of Global Positioning Systems and other location-based telecommunications service provision provide a further potential source of data for the forensic investigator. Network- or device located information may have evidential value in supporting a case by providing details or proof of visited locations, navigation through particular routes,or communications with third parties. In this paper we focus on the examination of the end users portable device and we highlight the nature and locations where potential evidence may be left behind.

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Digital Forensics and Incident Analysis, 2008. WDFIA '08. Third International Annual Workshop on

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9-9 Oct. 2008