Introduction to Internet and Network Concepts
Credits: 3Catalog #10504186
Internet related investigations -- terminology and management of evidence gathered from online sources. Internet Service Provider Overview. Hacking Investigations, chatroom, e-mail, website, Phishing, online auction sites, instant messaging, newsgroups and bulletin board, internet related fraud methods, BoNets, viruses, worms, etc. This course includes includes an overview of how various computer networks work, how to read log files, IP addressing schemes, IP telephony, overview of various file-sharing networks commonly found in forensic investigations. Basic overview of network intrusion detection, response and reporting. Overview of Netanalysis, Kazaalyzer, and other standard forensic tools. An application and Criminal History Check must be submitted to the Program Director prior to registration for this course.
Enrollment Requirements: An application and Criminal History Check must be submitted to the Program Director prior to registration for this course. This course is part of the Digital Forensics Certificate.
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