Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 2003, 507 pages
Completely Updated with the Latest Techniques
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Do they really know what they're talking about?
A very basic primer about computer forensics and not incident response. But the authors seems to have a lot of the technical background and the technical details wrong, so I must question if this is worth reading?
Don't trust anything written in this book (on a detailed level), but see it as introduction to what areas the forensic field may require you to learn.