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Description: File Carving, or sometimes simply Carving, is the practice of searching an input for files or other kinds of objects based on content, rather than on metadata. File carving is a powerful tool for recovering files and fragments of files when directory entries are corrupt or missing, as may be the case with old files that have been deleted or when performing an analysis on damaged media. Memory carving is a useful tool for analyzing physical and virtual memory dumps when the memory structures are unknown or have been overwritten. Trenton Ivey (kno) from HackYeah.com submitted this video to us showing a file carving demo. According to his post to us - "In this episode I take a look at how to pull out ,jpg files from the middle of seemingly meaningless data.
So Perl experience is obviously a plus but this also explain the basics of file carving. by Feb 12
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