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As popularity of the Internet continues to grow, it changes the way of computer crime. Number of computer crime increases dramatically in recent years and investigators have been facing the difficulty of admissibility of digital evidence. To solve this problem, we must collect evidence by digital forensics techniques and analyze the digital data, or recover the damaged data. In this research, we integrate several open source digital forensics tools and create a graphic user interface to developdoi:10.1109/bwcca.2010.106 dblp:conf/bwcca/YangY10 fatcat:oiqczopv3zfp5kdund5d4kfzau