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AccessData Selects Parabon’s Frontier Grid Platform to Power Extreme Decryption

Thursday, February 19, 2009 (09:03:50)
Parabon Computation, a veteran provider of extreme-scale grid computing software and services, today announced an alliance with AccessData®, a provider of state-of-the-art computer forensic and decryption solutions. Under an OEM arrangement, AccessData has integrated Parabon’s industry-leading Frontier® Grid Platform into its existing Distributed Network Attack® (DNA®) decryption application—a reliable and robust passcode cracking solution that can scale across thousands of computers. AccessData will market the software to law enforcement, government agencies and private businesses in need of an in-house decryption solution...
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Other computer forensics feeds

Wednesday, February 18, 2009 (18:17:15)
A page which displays recent posts from other computer forensics RSS feeds is now online here:


More info, suggestions etc. to this thread please, thanks!

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FG approves computer forensics institute for Nigeria

Tuesday, February 17, 2009 (11:33:39)
Nigeria may soon save some hard currencies usually expended in acquiring foreign computer forensic experts each time they were needed, as the Federal Government last week approved the establishment of the Computer Forensics Institute, Nigeria (CFIN). CFIN is a professional body to provide a nationally recognized and unblemished certification in the area of digital and computer forensics...

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Visual Computer Forensic Analysis

Monday, February 16, 2009 (10:55:00)
Computer forensics is a slow process. Examiners typically embark on a tedious file review process to determine each file's relevance to a particular case. This can quickly add hours and extra costs to computer forensics. However, recent research presented at the Black Hat 2008 conference in Las Vegas may curb that trend. Researchers Greg Conti and Erik Dean from the United States Military Academy, West Point, adapted a new concept to computer forensics: visualization. The researchers demonstrated how visual computer forensic methods can dramatically reduce the time it takes to review files...

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Oxygen Forensic Suite v1.6 introduces web browser cache analyzer

Friday, February 13, 2009 (11:22:47)
Oxygen Software has released version 1.6 of Oxygen Forensic Suite 2 - PC Software to extract and analyze information from cell phones, smartphones, PDA's and other mobile devices...