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<title>Books About SQLite</title>
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<h1 align=center>Books About SQLite</h1>

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<h2>SQLite Forensics (2018)</h2>

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Author: Paul Sanderson<br>
Publisher: <a href='https://www.amazon.com/SQLite-Forensics-Paul-Sanderson/dp/1980293074'>Amazon</a>

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This text by noted digital forensics expert, Paul Sanderson, provides
investigators with low-level technical details useful in analysing
SQLite database files.

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Every computer and phone uses hundreds of SQLite databases and there are
over one trillion SQLite databases in active use. Hence, the importance
of examining the data held in these databases in an
investigation, including deleted data when possible, is paramount. This
book fully explains the format of the SQLite database file. It shows how
records are encoded, how to decode them manually and how to decode
records that are partially overwritten. It also describe how the
workings of SQLite, and in particular the journal and WAL, can be used
to ascertain what has happened in a manner that cannot be determined
from the data alone. The book covers basic SQL queries and how they can
be used to create a custom report that includes data from different
tables, and shows how one can use SQL queries to test hypothesises about
the relationships of data in different tables. 
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This book is aimed mainly at
forensic practitioners, and it is assumed that the reader has some basic
knowledge of computer forensics; it will also be of interest to computer
professionals in general particularly those who have an interest in the
SQLite file format.
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