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Hacks Weekly #10: How to Recover Deleted Files from the Drive?



In this tutorial we’re going to do a little bit of Forensics (this is my favourite part, I’m totally geeking out here). At the end of this episode you’ll be able to not only recover files from a disk by using PowerShell, but also to recover small files (even those that could have been potentially overwritten).

You can watch the tutorial also on our blog

6 Comments on Hacks Weekly #10: How to Recover Deleted Files from the Drive?

  1. Really great Tutorial thanks a lot…..

  2. Seriously, every video you post on YT has shity audio. Learn how to make video turorials or stick to the blogs without AV content.

  3. audio quality is awful. the audio is not from the microphone you had on you. even in the second part its to quiet. i

  4. Hello, Paula!

    I am not the only one who are concerned about the audio quality, but I have some suggestions To You as well.
    You should seriously consider buying this device https://www.zoom.co.jp/products/handy-recorder/h2n-handy-recorder
    I have one of these as well and also have audio and video recording experience that allows me to ensure You that this device will meet all of Your needs I have noticed so far.
    You can use it on the field as a standalone device or connect it as an external microphone to Your computer.
    If You connect Your small microphone, that You have on You jacket in this video, the Zoom will also record from that as well.
    There are many more uses, but You will figure them out by Yourself.

    Zoom can adjust audio level automatically, so You will be loud enough in the result in almost any situation.

    Zoom has several studio quality microphones built-in and ever the directional one, so You can use it as a professional microphone for interviews in noisy places.

    To sync audio with Your video recording, You only need to clap or use a physical or digital clapper and Your good to go then.

    I hope You read this comment and find it useful.

    Hope to hear You loud and clear next time 🙂

    Regards,
    Tom.

  5. Thank you Paula, great tutorial, thank you. i wish i could attend your up coming class but here in Portugal we have low salary's :(, public service doesn´t pay as well as private 🙁

  6. You really need to work on the audio, I can barely hear anything.

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