Temporal analysis of events (Timeline) can be beneficial when you want to reconstruct events related to computer incidents, data breaches, or virus attacks taking place on a victim’s computer.
Historically, digital forensic timeline analysis has been broken down into two parts:
- ‘Timeline’ to describe changes associated with temporal file metadata in a file system. In other words, this Timeline is based exclusively on the corresponding file system.
- ‘Super Timeline’ to describe changes associated with temporal metadata for the maximum number of artifacts possible within both file system and operating system. That is to say, it combines data from both sources.
However, recently Microsoft introduced a new type of Windows artifact: Windows 10 Timeline. It offers new opportunities to investigators, with greater clarity. This article describes these new forensic capabilities with Windows 10 Timeline.
Windows 10 Timeline
The April 2018 Windows 10 update introduced a new feature called ‘Timeline.’ It enables…
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