Mobile Forensics on social media Using Digital Forensics Research Workshop Methods

Authors

  • Herman Herman Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
  • Imam Riadi Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
  • Irhash Ainur Rafiq

Abstract

The rapidly growing digital technology is also followed by many loopholes in cybercrime if it is not balanced with the user's knowledge and knowledge of digital data. Instagram and WhatsApp are among the most popular apps in the social media category. Cybercrime often utilizes social media apps as a place of practice. Cyber allegations that often occur on social media are online prostitution, fraud, online gambling, hate speech, fake news, and the sale of illegal drugs. Law enforcement officials will secure smartphone used for cybercrime as physical evidence. Digital evidence on smartphones will be obtained through a process called digital forensics. Digital Forensics Research Workshop (DFRWS) is one of the methods applied to investigate smartphones. The Digital Forensics Research Workshop has six stages: identification, preservation, collection, examination, analysis and presentation. The final result of this study is the result of digital data analysis obtained on smartphone.

Author Biography

Imam Riadi, Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

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2023-07-06

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