Resurrecting the Dead: Recovering Wiped Files Using Windows Search

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It’s an electronic discovery nightmare. After months of fighting to gain access to the other side’s ESI, you learn that the key evidence you’ve been hoping to find was deleted. Worse yet, the data was wiped—rendering it unrecoverable by normal forensic techniques. What can be done? If you’re lucky, a handy little Microsoft feature called Windows Search could save the day.

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