Title
On the Digital Forensics of Social Networking Web-based Applications
Abstract
The popularity and increased adoption of social networking applications have opened Internet users’ doors to conduct different malicious activities. This includes invasion of personal privacy, identity theft, blackmailing, harassment, bullying, fraud, etc. In this context, collecting evidence from social media applications offers invaluable information about users and their activities and interactions with each other. This paper illustrates the forensic procedure used to analyze and retrieve data from a web browser-based Tiktok application as one of the mainstream social networking applications. We mainly considered a scenario of logging into Tiktok from the Google Chrome web browser. The collected digital evidence includes essential information such as chat messages, shared links, uploaded videos, deleted videos, browsing history, etc.
Year
DOI
Venue
2022
10.1109/ISDFS55398.2022.9800839
2022 10th International Symposium on Digital Forensics and Security (ISDFS)
Keywords
DocType
ISBN
Cybercrimes,Digital Forensics,Tiktok,Social Media
Conference
978-1-6654-9797-8
Citations 
PageRank 
References 
0
0.34
6
Authors
5
Name
Order
Citations
PageRank
Basheer Al-Duwairi100.34
Ahmed S. Shatnawi200.34
Hala Jaradat300.34
Afnan Al-Musa400.34
Hamzah Al-Awadat500.34