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Amazon Echo Forensics Update 2

Introduction to Amazon Echo Update Hello, readers!  This is our third post regarding the LCDI’s Amazon Echo project.  If you haven’t already, I recommend taking a moment to read our prior posts for a full understanding of how this project is evolving.  In the past, we talked about our initial research goals and where we’d […]

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Amazon Echo Forensics Update 1

Introduction to Amazon Echo Update Welcome back!  The Amazon Echo team is already in week five of the semester and a month into our research adventure.  In our initial post, we posed a few questions regarding some of the Echo’s features we’d like to explore.  Now that we’ve learned more about the device and its […]

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Cloud Forensics

INTRODUCTION to Cloud Forensics Storing data “on the cloud” is one of the tech industry’s newest buzzwords. Cloud storage is the process of preserving digital information through large networks of virtualized servers owned by a host company. You, the client, send data through the Internet to one of these services, which distributes it among their storage […]

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Introduction to Amazon Echo Forensics

Intro to amazon echo forensics A new semester is upon us!  For a lucky group of five LCDI researchers, the next challenge is to examine and document everything there is to know about the Amazon Echo. The Echo, publicly released last June, is a wireless ‘smart speaker’ device that uses voice commands to play music, […]

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