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""Internet Forensics" compiles a lot of information that has typically been available only by word of mouth or bitter experience. The average user will find themselves able to apply its techniques, and even if they choose not to, they will gain a deep understanding of how the Internet works. The book's clear style and firm grounding in reality make it an excellent read." - Gavin Inglis, news@UK, June 2006
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ISBN-10:  059610006X
ISBN-13:  978-0596100063
Author:  Robert Jones F.R
Genre:  Computers & Internet
Publisher:  O'Reilly Media
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review by . November 15, 2005
Ever wanted to track down a spammer or someone sending you annoying emails, but didn't quite know where to start? Start here... Internet Forensics by Robert Jones. This was a really fun read...    Contents: Introduction; Names and Numbers; Email; Obfuscation; Web Sites; Web Servers; Web Browsers; File Contents; People and Places; Patterns of Activity; Case Studies; Taking Actions; Index    Unlike some of the internet security books I've read and reviewed, …
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