Bhupendra Singh is an Assistant Professor in Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Pune. He received his PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from Defence Institute of Advanced Technology (DIAT) Pune. During his PhD, he received financial assistance from Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India for attending International Conference held in Madrid, Spain. He has published several research articles in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters. He serves on the Technical Program Committee member of National Cyber Summit (NCS 2019). His research interests include Machine Intelligence, Digital Forensics, and Social Network Analysis.
Singh, Bhupendra, and Upasna Singh. “Program execution analysis in Windows: A study of data sources, their format and comparison of forensic capability.” Computers & Security 74 (2018): 94-114. (IF: 2.84)
Singh, Bhupendra, and Upasna Singh. “A forensic insight into Windows 10 Cortana search.” Computers & Security 66 (2017): 142-154. (IF: 2.84)
Singh, Bhupendra, and Upasna Singh. “A forensic insight into Windows 10 Jump Lists.” Digital Investigation 17 (2016): 1-13.(IF: 1.77)
Singh, Bhupendra, and Upasna Singh. “Leveraging the Windows Amcache.hve file in forensics investigations.” Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law: JDFSL 11.4 (2016): 37-54.
Singh, Bhupendra, and Upasna Singh. “Correlating NTFS and program execution artifacts for countering anti-forensics.” Computers & Security (2019). [Minor Revision (under review)] (IF: 2.84)
Singh, Bhupendra, and Upasna Singh. “Automatic event reconstruction: A state-of-the-art and an intelligent approach based on filesystem metadata.” Computers & Security (2019). [Under Review] (IF: 2.84)
Singh, Bhupendra,, and Gaurav Gupta (2019). “Analyzing Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)
Metadata to Detect Timestamp Forgery.” Advances in Digital Forensics XV [In press].
Singh, Bhupendra, et al. (2018). “Recovery of Forensic Artifacts from Deleted Jump
Lists.” Advances in Digital Forensics XIV, pp. 69-82.
Singh, Bhupendra, et al. (2016). “Secure File Deletion for Solid State Drives.” Advances in Digital Forensics XII, pp. 345-362.
Singh, Bhupendra, and Upasna Singh. (2019). “Forensics Implications of Cortana Application in Windows 10.” International Conference on Advanced Computing, Networking, and Informatics. Springer International Publishing, 2019.
Singh, Bhupendra, and Singh Upasna. (2017). “Program Execution Analysis using UserAssist Key in Modern Windows.” In Proceedings of the 14th International Joint Conference on e-Business and Telecommunications - Volume 6: SECRYPT, (ICETE 2017), pp. 420-429.
Description: JumpListExt (Jump List Extractor) is a GUI tool that parses the Jump Lists in Windows 10, individually as well as collectively. JumpListExt focuses on parsing and displaying the parsed data on user interface. The developed software tool can also export the parsed data into a SQLite database by selecting the ’Export’ button in File menu of software.
Available at: https://sourceforge.net/projects/jumplistext/
Downloads: 550+ (from 12/03/2016 to present)
Description: CortanaDigger a GUI tool that is developed for extracting and listing web search strings, as well as timestamp of search made by a user on Cortana application introduced in Window 10 systems.
Available at: https://sourceforge.net/projects/cortanadigger/
Downloads: 115+ (from 22/01/2017 to present)