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  Topic: A question for students and newbies

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PostForum: General Computer Forensic Issues   Posted: Fri Dec 08, 2017 2:31 am   Subject: reply
From a students view, since I am one. It would be an idea to explain what the area is about, what paths you can take to get into the industry, how to gain experience. How Binary related everyday thing ...
  Topic: IE11 and Keywords

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PostForum: Technical Issues   Posted: Fri Dec 08, 2017 2:05 am   Subject: IE11 and Keywords

I currently studying computer security and forensics. In IE11 on a windows 7 machine is there a way to extract the keywords someone has entered into a search engine. Do you need any software t ...
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