You may have noticed some unusual behavior from your significant other such as spending a lot of time ‘at work’ or perhaps more time than normal ‘out with friends’. These are the obvious signals that something could be going on. However, the more subtle indicators that you are being lied to are conveniently hidden from your view.
Maybe your spouse is spending a lot of time on the Internet late at night chatting, web surfing, instant messaging (IMs), sharing files or e-mailing people. The usual attention you are used to receiving from your lover is now not there and you fear the (s)he is up to something. You may have said something or voiced your concerns about ‘why are you looking at *** on the Internet?’ or ‘who are you chatting with online?’ to your significant other only to be told that nothing is going on and there is nothing at all to worry about.
In situations such as this, computer forensics can help discover what exactly is going on. Computer Forensic Investigators can uncover the truth by examining the computer's hard drive and see what websites, e-mails, chat logs and other pieces of useful information to help you. Once the information is collected and you have had time to go over the data, you will then have the evidence you need to either believe that your relationship is still solid and there isn't any lying and cheating occurring. Or, that there is and now you will need to evaluate your options and possibly file for a divorce.
The types of information that can be collected by a Computer Forensics Investigator include:
- plain text and documents
- calendar files
- digital faxes
- audio files
Computer Forensics Associates is available to evaluate the damage and potentially recover your lost data. For more information on Computer Forensics Associates service, visit http://www.computerforensicsassociates.com