Comments: An Overview of Steganography for the Computer Forensics Examiner

If upon finding a problem those that are responsible know they are not looking in a particular area of concern they must at that time move to that square on the matrix and resolve if that is the issue for concern prove or disprove the theory. The wrong solution it to burn resources looking for something that is not there or may never be. Yet there is a need to keep the dark arts availible to those that may need to look into areas to solve problems. So the ranting about keeping a running check for something of no concern is falling on deaf ears. This shouting to the deaf might provoke a small response keeping the dark arts alive another day.

So the standard operting procedure is have a tangent of knowledge about everything and specialize according to need.

Posted by Cha Cha at August 24, 2004 10:02 PM
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