Digital evidence involves data and information essential to an investigation that is stored on, collected, and transferred by an electronic gadget. This evidence can be obtained when electronic gadgets are detained and held for examination. Digital evidence consists of various characteristic: 1. It is concealed, i.e., DNA evidence or fingerprints 2. Passes jurisdictional boundaries swiftly and with no difficulties 3. Can be transformed, altered, or damaged easily 4. Can be sensitive to time.