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To communicate with the network (the Internet, for example) and devices on it (millions of computers attached to the Internet), your computer uses its unique IP address. An IP address can be private for use on a private network, or public for use on the Internet or other public network. Figure 1-3 shows the standard format of an IP address. An IP address is made up of four bytes (think of them as four numbers) of information. Each of the four numbers in the IP address uses 8 bits of storage. Each of the four numbers, therefore, can represent any of the 256 numbers in the range between 0 (binary 00000000) and 255 (binary 11111111).
An IP address can be private for use on a private network, or public for use on the Internet or other public network. Figure 1-3 shows the standard format of an IP address. An IP address is made up of four bytes (think of them as four numbers) of information. Each of the four numbers in the IP address uses 8 bits of storage. Each of the four numbers, therefore, can represent any of the 256 numbers in the range between 0 (binary 00000000) and 255 (binary 11111111). A quick calculation in your head should tell you that more than 4 billion possible different IP addresses are possible — or more precisely, 256 × 256 × 256 × 256 = 4,294,967,296.
Inform all owners and holders of the identified ESI not to delete it and explain why. The forensic copies of backups can save the day when people react to a preservation order by deleting them instead. A preservation order is a legal notice that ESI must be preserved for a lawsuit that will be filed or has been filed. 75 million for failing to preserve electronic information. 3. Start collecting from all applicable sources and devices. Potential e-evidence must be accounted for from collection until admittance at trial to prove its authenticity.