Exam3

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Laboratory Notes
CET4860
07/24/2014
Laboratory Number: _3_______ Examiner Name: Lawrence Thomas _exam 3______________

Date & Time Activity
|07/24/2014 |Received from National Lipid Processing Co. From Mr. Lard Fatback |
|0902 |A USB drive brand name PNY. |
| |Mr. Lard Fatback believes one of his former employee is trading Trade Secrets( Rodger Marks ) The company used a |
| |local examiner to image the drive .The company wants us to examine it and provide them with any information of |
| |investigate value |
| | |
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|07/24/2014 | |
|0910 | |
| |FTK Imager 2.9.0 for drive is MP042011.E01 |
| |MDF5 checksum 5efe4fd057c8ec8a3ca010260e195bd |
| |SHA1 checksum 42e3447326ffeff0bc9e9cf5380a5763803dabc4 |
| |Acquisition started Tue Apr 26 11:17:16 2011…...

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