Identify and describe two or three traditional crimes in which computers are now used as an instrument. How has the nature of these crimes changed as a result of technology?
What is anonymity on the Internet? What are the pros and cons of anonymity?
Find a spam or phishing e-mail in your e-mail account. Analyze the condensed and full e-mail header fields. What did you observe? Which header fields were included in the chosen e-mail that were not covered in this week? What forensic value do they hold, if any?
What is the difference between stand-alone and networked computers? What are the different types of computer networks?
Mobile devices have been the targets of crimes, have been used to commit crimes, and have held evidence of crimes. Conduct an online search for a case (not described this week) where a mobile device (PDA, mobile phone, or smart phone) was involved in a criminal or civil investigation. What were the facts of the case? What was the role of the device in the investigation?
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