Security: forensic tools in court

Wednesday, 21 December 2005, 2:41 AM EST

An interesting question comes to mind when you use as many open source forensic and security tools as I do ó if I ever go to court over this case, will my tools be considered valid? When you do examine this issue closely, you find many versions of the answer, both on the legal and techie sides.

At UNIX Review.

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