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It is for this reason that a programming team in China may respond to a vulnerability announced by a software company in the United States in what seems to be real time. The distribution of information across the global networks in a free and unfettered manner has removed all of the traditional barriers that allow for knowledge gaps and technological backwardness in various parts of the world. Today, a high school student in rural Alabama has access to fundamentally the same knowledge base and technical information as the graduate student at MIT, the industrial engineer at Motorola, or the newly connected villager outside of Nairobi, Kenya.
If required, volatile data should be collected first as it is the most sensitive in terms of time and the state of the computer; however, it is a more difficult and uncertain process. In addition, volatile data is not always required to meet the mandate of the investigation or the discovery project. This data can be collected only if the computer has not been turned off or rebooted. If either of these conditions occurs, the data will be lost. Collecting this data also comes with many risks. Data could be compromised during data collection and, if there is a malicious party involved, then rootkits (software programs that may be surreptitiously installed on a computer for the purpose of gaining control of the “root” or core of the operating system) may have been installed that could delete files, give false data, or perform other malicious functions.
When it comes to more complicated networks, such as that of a big company or a computer forensic lab, something more sophisticated than a PC or a modem is required to act as a router. The next step up from an ICS connection is to use a piece of hardware that acts as a dedicated router. This router is known as a broadband router and it is what allows multiple computers to share one Internet connection. This type of router generally requires an Ethernet hub and has ports in the back of it into which a number of computers can be plugged in order to gain Internet access.