Dans les journaux
- TestDisk et PhotoRec pour la récupération de données
By Laurent Delmas, Linux Pratique n°98, Nov/Dec 2016, ISSN 0183-0872
by Jared Palmer, Apr 20, 2015
- iX 03/2015
- http://www.heise.de/ix/inhalt/2015/3/152/ Restaurator - Partitionen retten mit TestDisk
By Thomas Drilling, iX 3/2015
By Christophe Grenier
Misc n°78 mars-avril 2015, ISSN 1631-9036
By Ben Lam, December 23, 2014
- Cell Phone Investigations: Search Warrants, Cell Sites and Evidence Recovery
By Aaron Edens, December 4, 2014
- NIST CFTT - Forensic File Carving
- Graphic File Carving: PhotoRec 7.0-WIP and X-Ways Forensics v17.6 (July 2014) gives better results in L0_nopadding, L1_padded and L2_frag_in_order tests than all other tested tools: R-Studio v6.2, Recover My Files v5.2.1, EnCase Forensic v7.09.05, Adroit Photo Forensics 2013 v3.1d, FTK v4.1, EnCase Forensic v188.8.131.52 and Scalpel v2.0
- If your goal is only to recover fragmented jpg, enable the option brute-force mode in PhotoRec, it hasn't been used during NIST tests. Adroit Photo Forensics also get some good results.
- Video File Carving: PhotoRec 7.0-WIP gives betters results than all other tested tools Defraser v1.3, Encase v7.09.05, iLook v.2.2.7, R-Studio v6.2, Recover My Files v5.2.1, Scalpel v2.0 and X-Ways v17.6 in the tests T1_no_padding, T2 cluster padded, T3 Frag in order, T4 Incomplete. All in one document to compare things.
IMYO you should not add the results of each test when comparing tools:
- identify the expected data layout: padding was present or not, files were fragmented or not, fragments were in order or not...
- consider only this case: use the correct tools for the job
- Nosy Mom's Guide Recovering Deleted Files: Getting Your Important Pictures, Files, and Other Documents Back From Your Camera, Computer, and Phone
By Elizabeth Peterson, 6 September 2013
Posted by Sierra Adamson on May 1, 2013
Alex was arrested for merely filming the police in Miami, the police later illegally deleted the footage from Alex’s camera and charged him with resisting arrest. Alex recovered the video using PhotoRec.
By Fred Scali-West
Linux Essentiel n°23 juin-juillet 2013, ISSN 1969-2463
By C.G.B. Spender
Linux Essentiel n°23 juin-juillet 2013, ISSN 1969-2463
By Samer Kurdi on October 3, 2012
PhotoRec was the only program tested that was able to identify AND recover files from the corrupt hide drive we tested it with. It also recovered files from both FAT and NTFS with a very high recovery ratio, even if not the highest.
By Miroslav Mocek, 2012/08/26.
By Nathan Riley, 2012/05/16
By Cyryl Plotnicki, 2012/04/01
By Serdar Yegulalp, 2012/03/06: As a result, I recommend PhotoRec for tech-savvy users.
By Alex Wagner, 2012/02/09 PhotoRec can recover lost data from the SxS Pro cards to which the Arri Alexa records after A Quick Format.
By Andrew Currie, 2011/01/03
- Digital Forensics with Open Source Tools. Syngress. ISBN: 978-159749-586-8.
By Cory Altheide, Harlan Carvey (2011)
By Philippe Richard, 2010/11/29 - PhotoRec has been used to recover confidential data from Cybercafe
By Sean Kearney on 2010/11/21
By Daisuke Tanaka, 2010/11/08
By Julie Pichon, 2010/10/30
By Ariel Torres, 2010/08/20
- Computer Forensics: A Pocket Guide, p. 67. IT Governance Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84928-039-6.
Nathan Clarke (2010)
TestDisk & PhotoRec have been added to F-Secure Rescue CD 3.11
By Tuukka, 2009/09/22
By Scott Nesbitt, 2009/08/02
By Troy Ingram, 2009/07/12
By Hisham Rana, 2009/04/28
By Janek Thomaschewski, 2009/03/28
By Yuri Carlenzoli, 2009/03/22
By eineki, 2009/03/05
By Fran, 2009/03/12
By foxcarlos, 2009/03/01
By Pierluigi Emmulo, 2009/01/23
By Paolo Smedile, 2009/01/03
- Computer Forensics: Investigating Hard Disks, File and Operating Systems. ISBN 978-1-43548-350-7.
By Jeffrey Friedl, 2008/12/03
By Fiona Meg Riessler, 2008/12/01
By Salvatore Aranzulla, 2008/11/04
By Stephan Wiesend, 2008/09/16
By Paul Salmon, 2008/09/03
Kaspersky Lab, 2008/06/04: After encrypting files, the virus deletes the original but PhotoRec can recover it.
By Abel Cheung, 2008/05/26
The conclusion of this comparative is “scalpel is utterly useless when discovering digital photos, while other 4 tools (foremost, photorec, magicrescue, recoverjpeg) achieve similar degree of recovery, with PhotoRec edging out the other 3.”
By Mike Wojo, 2008/04/13
By Dale Al Teclado, 2008/02/11
By Carsten Knobloch, 2008/01/10
- Malware Forensics: Investigating and Analyzing Malicious Code, p. xxviii. Syngress Publishing Inc. ISBN 978-1-59749-268-3.
Cameron H. Malin, Eoghan Casey, James M. Aquilina (2008).
- Upgrading and Repairing Microsoft Windows, Second Edition, page 685. Pearson Education Inc. ISBN 978-0-7897-3695-6.
Scott Mueller, Brian Knittel (2008).
Author: Kent Brewster
Author: Falko Timme
By: David Pearson
Imagine my horror when I went to process the photos on my memory card only to find that they were gone. And these weren't just any photos, but rather a day's worth of before and after photos of patients (in my real life, I'm a facial plastic surgeon)...
- Data Carving with PhotoRec to retrieve deleted files from formatted drives for forensics and disaster recovery.
Author: Adrian Crenshaw
This video introduces the concept of data carving/file carving for recovering deleted files, even after a drive has been formatted.
Source: n0id's blog
Source: My PKB's blog
- Memories of a Media Card (Slashdot)
Anyone who has upgraded their digital camera probably has a few older, incompatible media cards lying around — so why not post them on Ebay? Well, if you do, be sure to properly wipe them because the digital voyeurs are watching. Seth Fogie at InformIT.com purchased a bunch of used cards from Ebay and found recoverable data on most of them. Using the freely available PhotoRec application, he was able to extract pictures, movies, and more from apparently formatted cards. The picture is clear — wipe anything that can store digital data before getting rid of it.
- The best damn cybercrime and digital forensics book period, page 200 and page 373. Syngress. ISBN 978-1-59749-228-7.
Jack Wiles, Kevin Cardwell, Anthony Reyes (2007).
- The Official CHFI Study Guide (Exam 312-49): for Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator. Syngress. ISBN 978-159749-197-6
By Dave Kleiman, Craig Wright, Jesse "James" Varsalone, Timothy Clinton, Michael Gregg (2007)
Author: Seth Fogie
Author: KaruppuSwamy Thangaraj
Author: Martin Bartoň
- TestDisk & PhotoRec (Japanese)
- How to recover lost files after you accidentally wipe your hard drive
By: Shawn Hermans - Linux.com
Recently I wanted to make sure I had enough space to back up my home digital videos and pictures, so I purchased a new hard drive to add to my home Linux server. I moved all the files I wanted to save onto a single hard drive and repartitioned the old hard drive so I could upgrade to a newer version of Linux. After going through the process of reinstalling the operating system, I mounted the backup hard drive and discovered that it was empty. I had some how mixed up the hard drive I used to back up all the data with a hard drive that I wanted to wipe. Because I had done such a poor job of retaining backups on external media, I did not have any backups of my pictures and videos.
Author: Ionut Ilascu, Softpedia
Author: Jeff Potts
Authot: Ido Perelmutter
Author: Carlos E. Morimoto
Author: Falkra - libellules.ch
- Scene of the cybercrime, page 328. Syngress. ISBN 978-1-931836-65-4.
Debra Littlejohn Shinder, Michael Cross (2002).
TestDisk home: cgsecurity.org.