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Review: Oxygen Forensic Complete Training

Tuesday, August 23, 2016 (10:58:12)
Reviewed by Brad Robin

Introduction

This review will be based solely on the Oxygen Forensic Complete Training class that occurred in Lafayette, Louisiana between April 19-21, 2016.

Coming into this class my knowledge of the Oxygen Forensic Detective program was very limited. I still remember calling a friend the first time I used the program and asking “Where are the pictures and videos?’ Now don’t get me wrong I have a vast knowledge of the digital forensics community and programs, however you will find that all programs are created different and the GUI interfaces can be quite tricky until you learn each. This is why I am an advocate of being trained on the software you actually use in your day to day investigations.

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  • Posted by: scar
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Webinar: BlackLight 2016 R2 - New Features

Monday, August 22, 2016 (14:48:28)
A recording of the webinar "BlackLight 2016 R2 - New Features" is now online and available to view here.

Join the forum discussion here.
View the webinar on YouTube here.
Read a full transcript of the webinar here.
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  • Topic: News
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Forensic Focus Forum Round-Up

Thursday, August 18, 2016 (05:25:45)
Welcome to this month’s round-up of recent posts to the Forensic Focus forums.

What would you do if you came across a setup that seemed to have very few lines of possible enquiry? Add your thoughts in the forum.

Can you recommend software that can image a damaged drive by skipping over bad sectors? Chime in on the forum.

Can you help this forum member identify an unknown file system?

Forensic Focus is now running Twitter chats under the hashtag #dftalk - add your suggestions for topics here.

How did volume shadow copies work in Windows XP? Add your answer in the forum.

Forum members discuss how to estimate the age of victims in cases of IIOC.

Which methods and tools do you use for case management?

Forum members discuss cell tower data interpretation.

Can you recommend an open source tool to recover Facebook chats?

Do you use a mini-PC for acquiring images? Add your recommendations to the thread.
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Cellebrite Announces 2nd Annual UK User Summit – Network, Experience & Learn

Tuesday, August 16, 2016 (11:40:23)
Cellebrite is pleased to announce that this coming September it will host its 2nd Annual UK User Summit.

Join The Forensic Focus Twitter Chat, Wednesday 17th August: Software

Tuesday, August 16, 2016 (08:11:16)
Join @ForensicFocus on Twitter at 3pm EST / 12pm PST / 7pm GMT (8pm BST in the UK) Wednesday 17th August for an in-depth chat on the topic of forensic software.

What forensic software do you currently use? Is "push-button" forensics a big problem among software users? Join in the discussion on Twitter using the hashtag #dftalk
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BlackBag Technologies Participates In NW3C’s Apple Forensic Primer Course

Monday, August 15, 2016 (06:54:35)
Don Brister, Senior Forensic Analysis and Instructor with BlackBag® Technologies was a guest instructor for the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) webinar Apple Forensic Primer: Are you really prepared for your next iPhone or MacBook Pro examination?

The webinar took place on Thursday, August 4, 2016, and highlighted the forensic concepts, artifacts, and tools that are covered in NW3C’s Apple®-based forensic curriculum. To view the recording of the webinar please click here.

BlackBag® was honored to demonstrate their innovative digital forensic products, BlackLight®, Mobilyze, and MacQuisition™, which have been incorporated into NWC3’s curriculum.

BlackBag® would like to thank NW3C for the training and collaboration opportunity. We encourage other organizations and companies to contact us at [email protected] if you are in need of training courses that utilize our products.

Tips For Analyzing Data With Magnet AXIOM's Centralized Views

Friday, August 12, 2016 (13:33:17)
In this post we explore several views of the data that Magnet AXIOM offers examiners and investigators, and provide tips and tricks on how to get the most out of AXIOM’s Centralized Views.



Depending on the type of data you’re looking at, the presentation can really help with your analysis. Some views work really well with large datasets, while others work well with smaller datasets. Some work well when all the data being compared is the same, while others can assist with different types of artifacts being shown. The best views for examiners to use vary from case to case and the type of data being analyzed.

Elcomsoft iOS Forensic Toolkit Adds Logical Acquisition

Friday, August 12, 2016 (08:21:47)
ElcomSoft Co. Ltd. updates iOS Forensic Toolkit, adding physical acquisition support to most modern devices with iOS 9.2-9.3.3; logical acquisition as a new option (passcode may not be needed).

The new release adds logical acquisition support for all generations of iPhone, iPad, iPad Pro and iPod Touch regardless of iOS version or jailbreak status. Unlike acquisition via Apple iTunes, iOS Forensic Toolkit enables the use of lockdown files (pairing records) to unlock iOS devices without using passcode or Touch ID. By adding logical acquisition to its physical acquisition toolkit, ElcomSoft strives to deliver the complete all-in-one forensic acquisition solution for the widest range of iOS devices. The toolkit is available for both Windows and Mac OS X platforms.

Job Vacancy: UK Technology Senior Consultant – Computer Forensics

Thursday, August 11, 2016 (08:05:52)
This Senior Consultant position is a part of FTI Consulting’s Computer Forensics team based in London. The primary duty of this position is to be part of a team delivering computer forensics services to clients, including data collection, forensic analysis and reporting.

• Liaise with clients and law-firms to perform engagement scoping, develop work plans and deliver computer forensics services.
• Manage a wide range of forensic data-collection and e-discovery projects, including large and complex multi-jurisdictional matters.
• Conduct and lead forensic data-collections, on-site at client premises throughout the UK and internationally.
• Utilise a wide range of tools to access, extract and analyse data from phones, mobile devices, computers and storage media, developing bespoke solutions as required.
• Perform forensic analysis of a range of digital devices and write reports.

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Job Vacancy: Ringtail Consulting – Senior Consultant

Wednesday, August 10, 2016 (06:48:11)
About The Opportunity:

This Senior Consultant position is a part of FTI Consulting’s Ringtail Consulting team. Ringtail’s flagship web-based document repository and native file review technology.

As part of the London based team, the Senior Consultant will assist on all phases of e-discovery projects and will have responsibility for client delivery of small to medium projects.

Primary Duties:

The primary responsibility of this position is to be part of a cross-functional team that manages all areas related to the collection, migration, processing, analysis, conversion, quality assurance, tracking, and management of client data.

• Liaise with clients and project managers regarding client requests and manage expectations.
• Plan and execute electronic evidence collection exercises, on-site at client premises around the UK and abroad.
• Utilise industry standard and bespoke software to access, extract and cull data from electronic evidence sources.

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