This paper describes three projects that are part of a research agenda in support of digital forensic investigations. The R&D activities involve developing new technologies and forensic tools to address real-world problems related to electronic/digital crime. The three projects are the DNA project, dedicated to cryptanalysis of passwords; the UnMask project, which addresses the issue of automated support for investigation of phishing attacks; and the PAPA project, which was designed to capture interactions with cyberstalkers and perform sting operations. The DNA and Un-Mask tools are operational and undergoing testing. The testing of the PAPA tool suggested several alternat
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