- Python Forensics Tutorial
- Installation of Python
- Overview of Python
- Basic Forensic Application
- Hash Function
- Cracking an Encryption
- Network Forensics
- Python Modules
- Dshell and Scapy
- Python Imaging Library
- Mobile Forensics
- Network Time Protocol
- Multiprocessing Support
- Memory & Forensics
- Forensics in Linux
- Indicators of Compromise
- Implementation of Cloud
- Python Forensics Useful Resources
- Python Forensics - Quick Guide
- Python Forensics - Useful Resources
- Python Forensics - Discussion
Python Forensics - Indexing
Indexing actually provides the investigator have a complete look at a file and gather potential evidence from it. The evidence could be contained within a file, a disk image, a memory snapshot, or a network trace.
Indexing helps in reducing time for time-consuming tasks such as keyword searching. Forensic investigation also involves interactive searching phase, where the index is used to rapidly locate keywords.
Indexing also helps in listing the keywords in a sorted list.
The following example shows how you can use indexing in Python.
aList = [123, 'sample', 'zara', 'indexing']; print "Index for sample : ", aList.index('sample') print "Index for indexing : ", aList.index('indexing') str1 = "This is sample message for forensic investigation indexing"; str2 = "sample"; print "Index of the character keyword found is " print str1.index(str2)
The above script will produce the following output.
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