Forensic Examiner

You are a forensic analyst subcontracted with the Delaware Department of Homeland Security. Officer Kyle of the Kent County Police Department found a laptop from a suspicious person durin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a
vehicle stop. The suspect led Officer Kyle on a pursuit and momentarily evaded law enforcement personnel; Kent County Police officers located the suspect approximately 45 min” rel=”nofollow”>inutes later in” rel=”nofollow”>in a wooded
area near the Senator William V. Roth, Jr. Bridge. The laptop was never recovered, but a 8GB USB Thumb Drive was found in” rel=”nofollow”>in the suspect’s socks. Officer Kyle was assigned to examin” rel=”nofollow”>ine the thumb drive
in” rel=”nofollow”>in relation to possible terrorist activity. Officer Kyle executed a search warrant on Colette Win” rel=”nofollow”>inkle’s thumb drive. Officer Kyle created a forensic image of the thumb drive.
Officer Kyle confirmed that MD5 hash value of the image to be the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing:
564495b19a1f0bef5984cb604e73614d
Due to personal matters, Officer Kyle is no longer able to perform a forensic exam on the suspect’s thumb drive. The case has been turned over to you.
It is your duty to prove/disprove the claim that Colette Win” rel=”nofollow”>inkle’s thumb drive possesses any terrorist material along with standard forensic practice such as identifyin” rel=”nofollow”>ing viruses, file ownership,
etc.
Officer Kyle in” rel=”nofollow”>interviewed Colette Win” rel=”nofollow”>inkle at the scene and requested her login” rel=”nofollow”>in credentials. Colette Win” rel=”nofollow”>inkle in” rel=”nofollow”>informed Officer Kyle that she wants an attorney.

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