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D. Litchfield, “Book on ‘Oracle Forensics’,” Wiley, Hoboken, 2008.

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  • TITLE: Digital Evidence for Database Tamper Detection

    AUTHORS: Shweta Tripathi, Bandu Baburao Meshram

    KEYWORDS: Tamper Detection; Log Files; Forensics; Oracle Database

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Information Security, Vol.3 No.2, April 26, 2012

    ABSTRACT: Most secure database is the one you know the most. Tamper detection compares the past and present status of the system and produces digital evidence for forensic analysis. Our focus is on different methods or identification of different locations in an oracle database for collecting the digital evidence for database tamper detection. Starting with the basics of oracle architecture, continuing with the basic steps of forensic analysis the paper elaborates the extraction of suspicious locations in oracle. As a forensic examiner, collecting digital evidence in a database is a key factor. Planned and a modelled way of examination will lead to a valid detection. Based on the literature survey conducted on different aspects of collecting digital evidence for database tamper detection, the paper proposes a block diagram which may guide a database forensic examiner to obtain the evidences.