support for Advanced Forensics format (utilities)
libafflib is a library for reading and writing the Advanced Forensics format
(AFF), an extensible open format for the storage of disk images and related
This package contains additional utilities.
The Advanced Forensic Format
Library and Tools
Simson L. Garfinkel
Naval Postgraduate School
The Advanced Forensic Format (AFF) is an emerging standard for storing
computer forensic information. Critical features of AFF include:
- AFF allows you to store both computer forensic data and associated
metadata in one or more files.
- AFF allows files to b
April 18, 2010
I am pleased to announce the release of AFFLIB 3.6.0.
With this release, AFFLIB now compiles under "mingw" allowing us to
directly produce statically linked executables on Windows. The AFFLIB
release has been significantly shurnk as it no longer needs to include
libewf, openssl, and zlib.
You can now create your own AFFLIB Windows release on a Macintosh using
Q: Why a new file format? What's wrong with block-by-block?
A: Raw image files take up a lot of space. In many cases this space
can be dramatically reduced by using compression.
Unfortunately, if you just use "gzip" or "bzip2" for compression,
you need to uncompress the entire file in order to use it with a
forensics program. That's because there is no easy way to "seek"
within a c
afcat - Output c
afflib (3.6.6-1.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Remove references to other
2011-01-01 Simson Garfinkel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Makefile.am (pkginclude_HEADERS): removed thr
The primary author of AFF is:
Simson L. Garfinkel <email@example.com>
Special thanks also to those w
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