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 Title & Authors
Digital Forensics Investigation of Redis Database
Choi, Jae Mun; Jeong, Doo Won; Yoon, Jong Seong; Lee, Sang Jin;
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 Abstract
Recently, increasing utilization of Big Data or Social Network Service involves the increases in demand for NoSQL Database that overcomes the limitations of existing relational database. A forensic examination of Relational Database has steadily researched in terms of Digital Forensics. In contrast, the forensic examination of NoSQL Database is rarely studied. In this paper, We introduce Redis (which is) based on Key-Value Store NoSQL Database, and research the collection and analysis of forensic artifacts then propose recovery method of deleted data. Also we developed a recovery tool, it will be verified our recovery algorithm.
 Keywords
NoSQL;Redis;Database Forensic;Digital Forensic;
 Language
Korean
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