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New Cellebrite Analytics Product Family Accelerates Forensics Investigations

Tuesday, May 24, 2016 (15:26:55)
Cellebrite, the leader in forensic extraction, decoding and analysis solutions, today unveiled its new UFED Analytics Platform. Together with its powerful UFED data acquisition solutions, Cellebrite’s new analytics offering delivers intuitive data analysis and management capabilities that instantly unify law enforcement and prosecution teams, accelerate investigations and generate defensible evidence. Cellebrite’s Analytics product family is comprised of three offerings: UFED Analytics Desktop, is designed to meet the needs of a single forensic practitioner; UFED Analytics Workgroup addresses the needs of a small investigative team; and UFED Analytics Enterprise, is built to support hundreds of users managing data across numerous cases. These solutions empower examiners, analysts, investigators and prosecutors to simultaneously organize, search, map, visualize and manage large sets of digital data to identify case critical evidence quickly and efficiently.

MSAB Introducing Online Training Portal and Software Updates

Tuesday, May 24, 2016 (08:29:19)
MSAB has just launched an online training portal for customers. Complementing existing classroom training, users can now go online and access on-demand tutorials, recordings of webinars and details of live online training in the future.

Updated software versions for MSAB Kiosk & Tablet are now available, as well as XAMN Horizon. XAMN Horizon v1.0 is fully compatible with v7 XRY files and has also been updated to a 64Bit version for enhanced performance to process up to 100 XRY files for List, Connection, Timeline, Geographic and Conversation Views.

Forensics Europe Expo – Recap

Monday, May 23, 2016 (13:04:17)
This article is a recap of some of the main highlights from the Forensics Europe Expo which took place at Kensington Olympia Conference Centre, London, on the 19th-20th of April 2016.

The Forensics Europe Expo covers all aspects of forensics, including bioforensics and other areas unrelated to digital forensics, and is held in conjunction with the Counter Terror Expo, which takes place in the same space.

This year’s expo had a much higher dedication to digital forensics than in previous years, with day two of the conference proper being dedicated to computer forensics and cybercrime. Throughout both days, there were also seminars from various digital forensics companies taking place in the smaller seminar area separate from the main auditorium.

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Susteen Launches New Physical Explorer And Passcode Breaker

Monday, May 23, 2016 (06:32:16)
Secure View launches their new APEX Physical Explorer and Burner Breaker. The Burner Breaker is the only tool in the world, capable of breaking into locked Burner Phones and more! This hardware/software combination can break pincodes/passcodes on Burner Phones, Pre-paid phones, Androids, Chinese Chipset and South American phones. This is the only tool of it's kind, anywhere in the world. APEX is a Physical Analyzer that is also capable of acquiring physical dumps on locked LG phones.

Oxygen Forensic Detective Tackles Data Extraction and Acquisition from iCloud

Wednesday, May 18, 2016 (09:22:22)
Oxygen Forensics, the worldwide developer and provider of advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices, announced today the availability of Oxygen Forensic Detective 8.4 that helps forensics experts with data extraction and acquisition on iCloud including photos and any data on iCloud Drive.

“With the popularization of data in the cloud, especially iOS devices that utilize Apple’s iCloud technology, having access to the documents, videos and photos that reside in the cloud is even more critical for professionals in the field of forensics,” said Lee Reiber, Oxygen Forensics COO. “Obtaining photos and videos with geo coordinates and time stamps along with other documents can make all the difference for experts in their daily mobile forensic routines.”

Forensic Focus Forum Round-Up

Wednesday, May 18, 2016 (05:37:38)
Welcome to this month’s round-up of recent posts to the Forensic Focus forums.

Can you help with this iPhone extraction in which a deleted SMS has a future timestamp?

What happens to data on a backup tape when it is wiped? Add your answers on the forum.

Do you still record BIOS date / time? Add your vote to the poll.

Which details do you record about exhibits as part of the imaging process? Chime in on the forum.

What training would you recommend for a Special Agent who wants to move into computer forensics with no tech background?

What can be done when a cell provider’s records don’t match up with extracted data?

Do you have any recommendations for searching .mbox files? Add your thoughts on the forum.

Forum members discuss how to reconstruct a RAID 5.
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Welcome to Magnet AXIOM

Tuesday, May 17, 2016 (08:08:36)
By Jad Saliba, Founder and CTO of Magnet Forensics

Last week, we launched Magnet AXIOM! Our team has been working hard to create a complete digital investigation platform that builds on the processing power of Magnet IEF, and I’m excited to announce that it is now available to the digital forensics community.

AXIOM incorporates our leading acquisition tool, Magnet ACQUIRE, and adds new analysis tools and features to enable acquisition, analysis and reporting of smartphone and computer evidence.

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Mobile M.2 Complete KIT

Monday, May 16, 2016 (05:42:54)
MediaClone, Inc. is proud to announce the release of the Mobile M.2 Complete KIT.

The M.2 KIT includes many adapters with SATA and USB3.0 interfaces that enable the user to capture, clone, and erase data from different kinds and types of small form factors of flash digital storages such as mSATA SSD, Micro-SATA SSD, SLIM SATA SSD, special kind of SSD, and M.2 SSD with PCIE and SATA storage protocols.


The M.2 KIT: In order to help the forensic investigator in the field, we did collect and cataloged most of the adapters in the marketplace; from mini PCIE to NVMe adapters, and created a kit that can be very helpful.

The kit includes mSATA, Micro SATA, Slim SATA adapters and some other adapters that are not M.2
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Magnet AXIOM Is Now Available

Thursday, May 12, 2016 (14:41:36)
New investigation platform provides robust acquisition, examination, and sharing tools

Today Magnet Forensics, a global leader in the development of digital forensic software, launched Magnet AXIOM, a complete digital forensics platform that builds on the processing power of Magnet IEF by adding acquisition capabilities, new in-depth analysis tools, and enhanced reporting.

Magnet AXIOM Resource List

Website: magnetaxiom.com
Webinars: magnetforensics.com/webinars
Getting Started: magnetforensics.com/gettingstarted
Free trial: magnetforensics.com/try-magnet-axiom-free-30-days
Magnet Forensics Blog: magnetforensics.com/blog

IEF enabled recovery of data from smartphone and computer artifacts, and from places other tools wouldn’t think to look. AXIOM is about more than finding evidence. AXIOM allows you to explore the evidence in greater depth while simplifying analysis by intuitively linking facts and data in a way that helps you to draw insightful conclusions. With AXIOM your examinations will be better and more thorough – you will uncover facts quickly, validate your findings with ease, and share the meaning of your results clearly.

Current Challenges In Digital Forensics

Wednesday, May 11, 2016 (06:56:30)
What is the most urgent question facing digital forensics today? That in itself is not a question with a straightforward answer. At conferences and in research papers, academics and forensic practitioners around the world converge to anticipate the future of the discipline and work out how to overcome some of the more challenging aspects of the field.

In September 2015, Forensic Focus ran a survey of digital forensic practitioners. Almost five hundred people responded, giving their opinions on a wide range of subjects from current challenges to child protection.

The question ‘In your opinion, what is the biggest challenge facing digital forensic investigators today?’ prompted a plethora of answers.

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