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PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2017 12:24 am    Post subject: Digital forensic on iMac Reply with quote

My company does not use windows because top management wants all employees using an iMac. My boss assign me a task to do an investigation on digital forensic using iMac. Based on my research, i found that the digital forensic only for Windows. My questions are:

1) How to do a digital forensic on iMac?

2) Does iMac have registry / event log like Windows?

3) Is there any appropriate suitable forensic tool for iMac?


Please advise. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

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