Oftentimes you will be asked to find information on a target system that shows if a user accessed certain files, the last time they did and/ or how often they did. Being able to put a picture together that answers these questions can be critical and make or break the case.
Windows LINK files are a great source of information when your aim is proving file use and knowledge during a computer forensic investigation. Knowing how to interpret these files will break reliance on automated tools and give you the versatility to quickly examine - interpret - and gain investigative insight.
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