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8th EAI International Conference on Digital Forensics & Cyber Crime

September 28–30, 2016 | New York City, United States

Accepted authors and papers:


  • Radek Hranicky, Martin Holkovic, Petr Matousek and Ondrej Rysavy. On Efficiency of Distributed Password Recovery


  • Doowon Jeong, Frank Breitinger, Hari Kang and Sangjin Lee. Towards syntactic approximate matching - A pre-processing experiment


  • Hussam Mohammed, Nathan Clarke and Fudong Li. An automated approach for digital forensic analysis of heterogeneous Big Data


  • Thibault Julliand, Vincent Nozick and Hugues Talbot. Countering noise-based splicing detection using noise density transfer


  • Donghoon Chang, Somitra Sanadhya and Monika Singh. Security Analysis of mvHash-B Similarity Hashing


  • Gibin Lee, Joshua I. James and Hyoungjoong Kim. Electronic Voting Service Using Block-chain


  • Neil Rowe, Riqui Schwamm, Michael McCarrin and Ralucca Gera. Making Sense of Email Addresses on Drives


  • Murat Gunestas and Zeki Bilgin. Log analysis using temporal logic and reconstruction approach: Web server case


  • Vikram Harichandran, Frank Breitinger and Ibrahim Baggili. Bytewise Approximate Matching: The Good, The Bad, and The Unknown


  • Samer Al-Khateeb, Kevin J Conlan, Nitin Agarwal, Ibrahim Baggili and Frank Breitinger. Exploring Deviant Hacker Networks (DHN) On Social Media Platforms


  • Marcus Thompson and Raymond Hansen. Verification of recovered digital evidence on the Amazon Kindle