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Search Publications by James R. Lyle

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Introduction to CFTT and CFReDS Projects at NIST

Author(s)
Jungheum Park, James R. Lyle, Barbara Guttman
Along with the development and propagation of Information & Communication Technology (ICT), digital evidence becomes more common and crucial to solving various

A Strategy for Testing Graphic File Carving Tools

Author(s)
James R. Lyle, Richard P. Ayers
File carving is widely used in digital investigations to extract deleted files from unallocated storage. Usually file carving is applied to file types with a

Deleted File Recovery Tool Testing Results

Author(s)
James R. Lyle
The CFTT project at the National Institute of Standards and Technology develops methodologies for testing computer forensic tools. This presentation reports on

Ten years of computer forensic tool testing

Author(s)
James R. Lyle, Barbara Guttman, Richard P. Ayers
The Computer Forensic Tool Testing (CFTT) project at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has been active since 2000. The project develops

Issues with Imaging Drives Containing Faulty Sectors

Author(s)
James R. Lyle, Mark R. Wozar
In the ideal situation when imaging a hard drive, all sectors are completely and accurately acquired and saved to an image file. In reality, occasionally drives

Protecting Digital Evidence from Modification

Author(s)
James R. Lyle
Our results extending Kuhn's fault class hierarchy provide a justification for the focus of fault-based testing strategies on detecting particular faults and

NIST CFTT: Testing Computer Forensics Tools

Author(s)
James R. Lyle
There is a critical need in the law enforcement community to ensure the reliability of computer forensic tools. A capability is required to ensure that forensic

Computer Forensics Tool Testing (CFTT)

Author(s)
James R. Lyle
The National Software Reference Library (NSRL) of the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) collects software from various sources and

NIST CFIT: Testing Disk Imaging Tools

Author(s)
James R. Lyle
There is a critical need in the law enforcement community to ensure the reliability of computer forensic tools. A capability is required to ensure that forensic

NIST CFTT: Testing Disk Imaging Tools

Author(s)
James R. Lyle
There is a critical need in the law enforcement community to ensure the reliability of computer forensic tools. A capability is required to ensure that forensic

NIST CFTT: Testing Disk Imaging Tools

Author(s)
James R. Lyle
There is a critical need in the law enforcement community to ensure the reliability of computer forensic tools. A capability is required to ensure that forensic