DFRWS 2005 took place in the French Quarter of New Orleans, LA.
- Knut Eckstein and Marko Jahnke: Data Hiding in Journaling File Systems
- Matthew Geiger: Evaluating Commercial Counter-Forensic Tools
- Frank Adelstein, Yun Gao and Golden G. Richard III: Automatically Creating Realistic Targets for Digital Forensics Investigation
- Brian D. Carrier and Eugene H. Spafford: Automated Digital Evidence Target Definition Using Outlier Analysis and Existing Evidence
- A. Chris Bogen and Dr. David A. Dampier: Preparing for Large-Scale Investigations with Case Domain Modeling
- Wm. Blair Gillam and Marc Rogers: File Hound: A Forensics Tool for First Responders,
- Christian G. Sarmoria and Steve J. Chapin: Monitoring Access to Shared Memory-Mapped Files
- Wei Wang and Thomas E. Daniels: Network Forensics Analysis with Evidence Graphs
- Florian Buchholz and Courtney Falk: Design and Implementation of Zeitline: a Forensic Timeline Editor
- Philip Turner: Unification of Digital Evidence from Disparate Sources (Digital Evidence Bags)
- Golden G. Richard III and Vassil Roussev: Scalpel: A Frugal, High Performance File Carver
- Lei Pan and Lynn M. Batten: Reproducibility of Digital Evidence in Forensic Investigations
- Erin E. Kenneally and Christopher L. T. Brown: Risk Sensitive Digital Evidence Collection
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