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Title: Intelligent wireless forensic model (IWFM) for moving devices between wireless networks
Authors: Ngobeni, SJ
Venter, HS
Keywords: Forensics
IWFM
Crime investigation tools
Intrusion Detection System
Intelligent Wireless Forensic Mode
Issue Date: Sep-2008
Citation: Ngobeni, SJ and Venter, HS. 2008. Intelligent Wireless Forensic Model (IWFM) for moving devices between wireless networks. SATNAC 2008 Conference Wild Coast Sun Hotel, 8 - 10 September 2008, pp 2
Abstract: There are currently many different types of wireless crime investigation tools designed for different purposes in order to track down intruders of wireless crime, like Intrusion Detection Systems (IDSs), Wlan-Jack, HotSpotter, Monkey Jack, TULP 2G, MOBILedit! Forensic and Cell Seizure. These tools were designed for different purposes, but their main objective was to minimize wireless crime, however these tools have their own challenges. The main challenge about these tools is that they were not designed for digital forensic purposes and none of them indicate the movement of devices between wireless networks during digital forensic investigations therefore the acquired electronic evidence by these tools can not be used in a court of law for prosecution of the wireless perpetrators. The essence of this study is to develop an Intelligent Wireless Forensic Model (IWFM) for acquiring data for forensic purposes in the event that a device has moved from one wireless network to another
Description: SATNAC 2008 Conference Wild Coast Sun Hotel, 8 - 10 September 2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3022
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Information security
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