A Glossary of Computer Forensic and Mobile Forensic Terms with easy to Understand Definitions.
- An Internet address or Internet Protocol (IP) address is a unique computer (host) location on the Internet.
- A Web page address is expressed as the defining directory path to the file on a particular server.
- A Web page address is also called a Uniform Resource Locator, or URL.
- An e-mail address is the location of an e-mail user (expressed by the user’s e-mail name followed by an “at” sign (@) followed by the user’s server domain name).
BULLETIN BOARD SERVICE (BBS)
DENIAL OF SERVICE ATTACKS (DOS)
INTERNET RELAY CHAT
PERSONAL COMPUTER (PC)
- Where information goes into or out of a computer, e.g. the serial port on a personal computer is where a modem would be connected.
- In the TCP and UDP protocols used in computer networking, a port is a number present in the header of a data packet. Ports are typically used to map data to a particular process running on a computer. For example, port 25 is commonly associated with SMTP, port 80 with HTTP and port 443 with HTTPS.
- It also refers to translating a piece of software to bring it from one type of computer system to another, e.g. to translate a window programme so that it will run on a Macintosh.
PUBLIC DOMAIN SOFTWARE
REMOVABLE MEDIA CARDS
- Smartmedia Card
- SD Expansion Card
- Ultra Compact Flash
- Compact Flash
- Multimedia Card
- Memory Stick
USB STORAGE DEVICES
WIRELESS NETWORK CARD