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Forensic Computing. A Practioners Guide ebook

Forensic Computing. A Practioners Guide ebook

Forensic Computing. A Practioners Guide. Brian Jenkinson, J Sammes

Forensic Computing. A Practioners Guide


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ISBN: 1852332999,9781852332990 | 464 pages | 12 Mb


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Forensic Computing. A Practioners Guide Brian Jenkinson, J Sammes
Publisher: Springer




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