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In cloud systems, where sensitive data is stored and processed remotely, data manipulation is a serious security problem. The issues of data tampering in cloud environments are explored in this research, along with the importance of forensic investigation in reducing its effects. We explore several data tampering techniques and illustrate the need for strong security measures to guard against unlawful behavior. This paper also covers forensic analysis methods, tools, and techniques that are crucial in locating, analyzing, and minimizing data tampering instances in cloud systems. The security posture associated with cloud infrastructures can be greatly improved by integrating cutting-edge forensic procedures, ensuring data integrity, confidentiality, and overall system dependability.
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