Investigating Drones Using Open-Source Forensic Software is a Naval Post Graduate School thesis by Tyler Wierzbicki.  This thesis explores the exploitation of three drones using open-source forensic software.  The work provides insight into how the different drones store their data, including where the data is stored.

Publication Date- June 2020

This thesis contains the following main sections:

I- Introduction

II- Previous Work

III- Drone Investigations

IV- Our Drone Investigation Methodology

V- Forensic Examination Results

VI- Conclusions

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Author- Tyler Wierzbicki

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