I recently found a tutorial on tesseract-ocr. I used tesseract a few years ago without much luck, but this time it was extremely easy.
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Autopsy is a free, open source digital forensic tool that supports a wide range of add-on modules. Available APIs allow an investigator to easily create their own modules using JAVA or Python. With Autopsy 4, there are a lot of new features - including ‘team collaboration’ - that make Autopsy extremely powerful.
I’ve been on Blogger since 2008. It is very easy to use. Since 2008, nothing has really changed about it, save for an exciting -slight- editor UI change a few months ago. That’s good, and bad. Good because it stays simple to write a post and be done. Bad because it is stuck in 2008. Dynamic views are just strange, which means that you have to hack together a theme using their weird xml-ish language.
<div style="text-align: justify;">Signing data lets your contacts know that the data has not been modified from the time it left your possession. Signing is NOT encryption. Everyone could see the contents. Singing just allows your contact to know the data came from you, and it is in it’s original state.</div>
Today we will give a beginner-level introduction to The Sleuth Kit from command line. If this video is helpful, I highly recommend reading The Law Enforcement and Forensic Examiner’s Introduction to Linux.
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