The website mxtoolbox.com has an email header analyzer that makes headers easily readable. Visit http://mxtoolbox.com/EmailHeaders.aspx and try submitting a header to see if it makes it a bit easier to decipher.
Open the desired email, select More, and then select View Raw Message. A new tab will open with the full header (the example below is only a portion of the what would be present). To copy the header: click on the text, select Ctrl+A to select all the text, Ctrl+C to copy the text, open … Continue reading Yahoo! Email Headers
This may also work for different versions of Outlook. Open the desired message in a separate window by double clicking on it. Once the message has been opened, select File at the upper left. Select on Properties You may now view the header information in the Internet headers box. I recommend highlighting and copying all … Continue reading Microsoft Outlook 2013 Email Headers
Select the email with the header you want to view and select the down arrow next to the right of Reply. Select View message source from the dropdown menu. The header, titled Message source, will be displayed in a scrollable window. To copy the header: click on the text, select Ctrl+A to select all the … Continue reading Microsoft Outlook.com Webmail Email Headers
Greenshot is a great [and free] screenshot utility. What I really like about this program is it will name the screenshot after the window that is captured. I was testing the program HDD Low Level Format Tool and took a screenshot, which resulted in "2015-09-03 14_41_10-Device Selection - HDD Low Level Format Tool 4.40 Home License.png." … Continue reading Greenshot – Great [Free] Screenshot Utility
CCleaner is a free cleanup utility with Windows or Mac. This program is available as an installable or portable application. In addition to deleting temporary internet files, CCleaner will delete other content selected by the user. CCleaner can also be used to securely erase free space. This test will focus on just free space wiping feature. … Continue reading Data Destruction: CCleaner
This was a very brief test to show the difference in data destruction when deleting and formatting a partitions. This is a very basic subject, but I performed this test to recreate something I saw in a recent examination. This was the equipment and software involved: The test computer was running Windows 7 Professional 64-bit with … Continue reading Data Destruction: Deleting and Quick Formatting Partitions