Compare and contrast digital forensic acquisition (making a forensically sound digital forensic duplicate) of a Windows machine vs. a Mac OS.
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The digital forensic acquisition under Mac OS X and Windows is generally different because it is based on the properties of each file system. For instance, the forensic acquisition from a Mac-based system using a tool designed for Mac OS X is the only option to precisely reveal the structure of .plist directories (property list). This feature can be seen as “mirrored” for the corresponding structure of Windows FS (registers) because “organizes data into named values and lists of values using several object types....
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