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Paraben Release E3 Universal 1.8

Wednesday, July 11, 2018 (09:43:09)
Paraben propels forward with the new 1.8 version of the E3 Platform.

Paraben is pleased to release the 1.8 version of the E3 Platform. Paraben’s E3 Platform for digital data intelligence at a forensic-grade level continues to excel in functionality with this new release. The 1.8 release adds exciting new features for the international DFIR community with new localized reporting options in both Spanish and Chinese. In addition, one of the largest additions to this release is the addition of physical support for MediaTek chip-based devices. MediaTek is one of the worlds largest smartphone chip providers and this new enhancement to the E3 Platform not only increases the number of supported device profiles to well over 30,000+, but also shows the dedication of the Paraben team to innovation and global perspective on the mobile processing problems.
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Interview With Alexander Poelma, Director Of Business Development, AccessData

Wednesday, July 11, 2018 (07:19:42)
Congratulations on your new position at AccessData! Prior to joining the company, you worked as a Forensic ICT Specialist at Fiscale inlichtingen-en opsporingsdienst (FIOD)—the Dutch agency responsible for investigating potential economic, fiscal and financial fraud nationwide. That must have been fascinating work! Can you describe your focus with the agency and the type of investigations you were managing?

Yes, it was very interesting work. I was with the FIOD for eight and a half years, specializing in supporting the investigations team with their digital investigations. Because of the diversity of the type of investigations, I often helped the teams with more complex digital forensics and assisted with searches at larger companies.

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Join The First Ever DFIR Women's Lunch

Tuesday, July 10, 2018 (12:15:18)
At the Rhode Island chapter of DFRWS next week, Forensic Focus will be co-hosting a lunch discussion about diversity in forensics alongside our friends at Magnet Forensics.

On Monday 16th July we will get together for 90 minutes at McCormick & Schmick’s to discuss:

- Opportunities to encourage intersectionality in the industry and our workplaces
- Best practices to nurture and support women pursuing careers in DFIR
- Ways to give back to the DFIR community

This is a casual, inclusive lunch that welcomes all who identify as women, as well as their male and nonbinary allies. Register now to join us!
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LaPorte County Prosecutor’s Office Relies On AD Lab To Help Prosecute Criminals

Tuesday, July 10, 2018 (10:46:37)
In this case study you’ll learn how AccessData’s solutions play a vital role in the investigations of child exploitation cases. Download the case study: https://bit.ly/2lWvjNx

Interview With Jad Saliba, Founder & CTO, Magnet Forensics

Monday, July 09, 2018 (11:47:42)
Jad, you're the Founder & CTO of Magnet Forensics. Tell us about your role: what does a day in your life look like?

As you can imagine, there’s never a dull moment! Outside of the strategic product initiatives and broader corporate duties I take part in co-heading Magnet with our CEO, Adam Belsher, I spend a lot of time throughout my day talking to people. Whether it’s in-person meetings with our customers, checking out the listservs and social media to hear from the forensics community, or talking to our developers and engineers about the work that needs to go into making AXIOM better and better. Our customers depend on us to give them a flawless product that will help them solve cases faster than ever — and that’s not a responsibility we take lightly.

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Techno Security & Digital Forensics 2018 – San Antonio September 17-19

Thursday, July 05, 2018 (15:23:02)
From the 17th to the 19th of September 2018, Forensic Focus will be attending the Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference in San Antonio, Texas, USA. If there are any topics you’d particularly like us to cover, or any speakers you think we should interview, please let us know in the comments.

Below is an overview of the subjects and speakers that will be featured at Techno Security. The conference has four tracks: audit / risk management; forensics; information security; and investigations, along with sponsor demos. Forensic Focus will be concentrating on the digital forensics track throughout the event.

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Register For Webinar: The Importance Of APFS Snapshots In Investigations

Wednesday, July 04, 2018 (10:23:46)
How do you go back in time to review what happened on an APFS volume? In Apple’s latest file system, snapshots are now used to store the history of changes to files. In addition, the file system may be creating this back up data in snapshots whether the user knows it or not.

In this webinar, BlackBag’s Dr. Joe Sylve will discuss:

- Details of the snapshot functionality built into APFS
- Why snapshots will be useful in your investigations
- How you will be able to take advantage of them in the upcoming BlackLight release
- If your tool of choice is not parsing APFS snapshots, then you may be missing data.

Presenter: Dr. Joe T. Sylve, Director of Research and Development, BlackBag Technologies

Date / Time: Wednesday, July 11th 2:00pm EDT / 7:00pm BST / 11:00am PDT

Register here
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Interview With Ken Basore, CEO, BlackBag Technologies

Tuesday, July 03, 2018 (19:29:36)
Ken, you're CEO at BlackBag. Tell us about your role: what does a day in your life look like?

We have a great leadership team here at BlackBag, with decades of experience in our industry, and I spend a lot of my time working with them to make sure we are meeting our customers’ needs and planning for the future.

I work regularly with Product Management and Engineering, as well as Training and Technical Support, to help guide product decisions based on what we are hearing from our users, or trends we are seeing in the industry.

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Paraben Will Be Launching The 2.0 Version Of The E3 Platform At PFIC Sept 5-6

Tuesday, July 03, 2018 (10:09:52)
PFIC is being held in Park City, Utah. Paraben’s E3 Platform is blasting into the future of forensics with it’s unique approach that focuses on all things digital forensics from computers to mobiles and to IoT. Paraben is prepared for the future with great new features such as a built in Python scripting, image analysis options for illicit content, drugs, and weapons, encrypted file identification, and some unique functions for mobiles and IoT.
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Using IMAP Internal Date for Forensic Email Authentication

Friday, June 29, 2018 (15:15:35)
by Arman Gungor

Internal Date is an IMAP Message Attribute that indicates the internal date and time of a message on an IMAP server. This is a different timestamp than the Origination Date field found in the message header and can be instrumental in authenticating email messages on an IMAP server.

Let’s start with an example. The perpetrator wants to fabricate an email message and make it look like he sent it back in December 2016 from his GoDaddy email account to the Yahoo! email account of his business partner.

He takes a genuine message between the parties from December 2017, edits the subject and the message body to his heart’s content and makes sure to pick a suitable date in December 2016.

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