In June 2009, a Massachusetts state trooper was gathering evidence in a case that involved a suspect having sex with an underage girl. He hoped to find one crucial piece of evidence—video of the encounter—on a digital device from the suspect's home. But the device wasn't a computer; it was the suspect's game console. The investigator was stumped as to how to sift the device for clues, and he turned to a digital forensics mailing list for help.
I am working on a case where it is believed that the suspect may have recorded himself having sex with a 14 year old girl using an Xbox 360. The Xbox was set up in his bedroom and had a webcam attached to it that was pointed directly at his bed.
The suspect did record two other victims, and those videos were found on his PC in a different room. All of the victims say that they were not aware that they were being recorded and that his PC was not in the room at the time of the incidents.
Does anyone know if it is possible to record video with an Xbox 360? I looked at the hard drive using Explorer360 and was able to locate a large file (460 MB) that was created on the same day as the incident but I am unable to extract any useful data from it.