Re: extcarve - ext2,ext3,ext4 file carving tool
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Since ext3/4 work hard to allocate file blocks contiguously, it makes sense to
assume that after the header blocks the file blocks will be present. While
this is less likely to be true as the file size increases, for ext4 it is
usually true for files smaller than a few MB, which is many of them.
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