Mac OS X security: investigating security breaches and illegal use

Tuesday, 20 March 2007, 11:41 AM EST

Knowing how to investigate a security breach, potential crime, or policy violation on a Mac computer or server is crucial for understanding the incident and building a chain of evidence that clearly identifies the culprit. In this article, Ryan Faas describes data forensic methods as they apply to Mac OS X and shows you how to ensure that evidence on a compromised Mac is not contaminated during an investigation.

At InformIT.

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