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BlackBag's Mobilyze 2017 R1 Supports iOS 10.3

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 (10:17:56)
BlackBag Technologies is pleased to announce the release of the latest version of our mobile device triage tool, Mobilyze 2017 R1. New features added to this version of Mobilyze are designed to enhance the overall Mobilyze user experience and increase the capabilities of Mobilyze to analyze the latest iOS and Android devices. Some of the improvements include:

- Support for Apple iOS 10.3 with encrypted backups
- Support for Android 7.1.1 Nougat
- Support for iOS 10 third party applications, such as Kik and WhatsApp
- Improved report generator

Techno Security 2017 – Myrtle Beach 4th – 7th June

Friday, March 24, 2017 (12:58:16)
From the 4th to the 7th of June 2017, Forensic Focus will be attending the Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 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.

Sunday June 4th
Throughout the week, the conference will be split into seven tracks: Audit / Risk Management, Forensics, Information Security, Investigations, Sponsor Product Demos, Cellebrite Lab, and Magnet Forensics Lab. Attendees will be able to dip in and out of each track depending on their interests. Forensic Focus will mainly be following the Forensics and Investigations tracks throughout the conference.

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Oxygen Forensics Used To Teach Students In Capitol Technology University

Thursday, March 23, 2017 (11:28:24)
Oxygen Forensics, a worldwide developer and provider of advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices and cloud services, announced today that its flagship product, Oxygen Forensic Detective, is being used by professors teaching digital forensic classes within the BS and MS cybersecurity degree programs at Capitol Technology University in Laurel, Maryland.

“Capitol Technology University’s use of our flagship product in its digital forensic classes is wonderful validation of the robustness of our product and the real-world experience that forensics students achieve by using Oxygen in the classroom,” said Lee Reiber, Oxygen Forensics COO. “We are very proud that Capitol included us in the digital forensic courses as they train the next generation of investigators focused on the new digital landscape.”

An excerpt from Mobile Forensic Investigations: A Guide to Evidence Collection, Analysis, and Presentation, the textbook used by Captiol Technology University for its mobile forensic curriculum, states:

MOBILedit Forensic Express 4.0 Features Physical Analysis, 64-Bits And More

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 (14:30:54)
MOBILedit Forensic Express enters a new era by adding physical extraction and analysis, and it is now a native 64-bit application providing more power and stability for processing huge data. Version 4.0 brings in total 359 improvements making MOBILedit Forensic Express a must-have comprehensive forensic tool for any lab.

Webinar: Methods For Parsing New Applications

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 (11:30:20)
Tuesday, March 28 at 1:00PM EST / 10:00AM PST / 5:00PM GMT
Wednesday, March 29 at 9:00AM EST / 6:00AM PST / 1:00PM GMT

Every day new mobile applications are launched and made available. Often these new apps contain chat functions or other storage that can be crucial evidence in a case. However, parsing and carving for the data from these apps isn’t always immediately available from commercial forensic tools. Join Jessica Hyde, Director of Forensics at Magnet Forensics to explore new methods for discovering and parsing data from these unsupported applications. Learn how to test, find, parse, and script to obtain forensic evidence in new applications using a physical forensic image.

Presenter: Jessica Hyde, Director of Forensics, Magnet Forensics

Register here
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Passware Kit 2017 v2: Supports iOS 10.2, iOS Keychain And iCloud Photo Library

Monday, March 20, 2017 (17:05:58)
The new version of Passware Kit Forensic recovers passwords for iOS 10.2 iTunes backups, WPA/WPA2 WiFi connections. Instantly extracts passwords stored in iOS Keychain. Acquires images (including deleted ones) from iCloud Photo Library. Improves performance while running on multi-GPU systems or using Distributed Password Recovery.
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Phill Moore's Round-Up Of This Month In Forensics

Monday, March 20, 2017 (13:23:15)
James Habben at 4n6ir explores the SCCM database in two posts, and Mark Mckinnon wrote an Autopsy Plugin to extract the relevant data.

Didier Stevens shows how to extract password history from the ntds.dit file.

Roberto Rodriguez shows how to build a sysmon dashboard on top of ELK.

Darren Freestone has shared his thoughts on the recent SHA1 collision and its impact on digital forensics.

Paul Sanderson announced a book on SQLite Forensics.

Andrea Lazzarotto has a post on extracting data from damaged NTFS drives.
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Belkasoft Evidence Center 8.3 Is Out with New UX and 64-bit Edition

Thursday, March 16, 2017 (13:59:18)
Belkasoft rolls out a major usability and performance update to Belkasoft Evidence Center 2017. The new release features brand new layout to simplify common tasks and speed up the routine, and comes with a 64-bit edition that significantly boosts performance and reliability when working on large cases.

Sign up to a free webinar on what's new in BEC 2017 v.8.3

Forensic Focus Forum Round-Up

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 (10:20:09)
Welcome to this month’s round-up of recent posts to the Forensic Focus forums.

Do you have any recommendations for image enhancement? Add your suggestions on the forum.

Forum members discuss deleted files and allocated space in EnCase.

Which job category do you put down on your car insurance forms?

Forum members help a student with questions about recovering data from a virtual machine.

Can you recommend a hex viewer that works on Mac?

Forum members discuss decompressing hyberfil.sys.

What might make the last printed date appear to be before the metadata creation date of a Word document? Chime in on the forum.

Forum members discuss how to work out which machines a specific USB device has been connected to.

Forum members give advice about how to see if an external drive with Bitlocker has been mounted on a machine.

Is it possible to truly delete a file, and if so, how? Add your thoughts on the forum.
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Interview With Devon Ackerman, Senior Director, Kroll

Tuesday, March 14, 2017 (11:34:32)
Devon, tell us a bit about yourself. What's your background, and what's your current role?

My name is Devon Ackerman, and I am currently a Senior Director in Kroll’s Cyber Security and Investigations practice. In this role, I have leadership over an Incident Response team as well as client engagement responsibilities and hands-on investigations.

Prior to Kroll, I served as a Supervisory Special Agent and Senior Digital Forensic Examiner for the FBI. I began my career with the FBI back in 2006 and in 2008 entered the Academy to complete training as an FBI Special Agent. After graduation from the FBI Academy, I was assigned to North Carolina, or more specifically, the “Charlotte Division” of the FBI. I was initially assigned national security investigations and related matters that shared a cyber nexus, later gaining experience in cyber and DFIR matters across the board, to include traditional criminal matters.

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