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ReclaiMe News – Durability Of Data In Modern Storage Systems

Thursday, December 17, 2015 (11:45:26)
Recently ReclaiMe Data Recovery Company announced that they have implemented Drobo recovery as a part of their ReclaiMe Pro software.

Now ReclaiMe team share their thoughts about specifics of recovering data from complex storage system including, but not limited to Drobo devices.

XRY v6.16

Friday, December 11, 2015 (12:24:43)
v6.16 of XRY the leading mobile forensic solution from MSAB has been released; with support for 17,301 support profiles including 980 Apps!

With the majority of data on smartphones being transmitted via apps these days, we are confident that XRY is the best performing tool for the recovery of smartphone app related data on the market.

XRY is a complete solution to help you secure what you need. Our intuitive software guides you through the process step by step to make it as easy as possible. Learn more about XRY here.

XRY is now compatible with Windows 10 operating systems and there is a huge increase in support for Android based devices.

New! Belkasoft Evidence Center 2016

Thursday, December 10, 2015 (15:47:32)
Belkasoft announces a major update to Belkasoft Evidence Center, the company’s flagship digital forensic solution, to version 2016. The new release comes with revamped user interface, numerous improvements to performance, productivity and usability. A number of new analytic functions were added, enabling investigators to dig deeper without being hit by the time penalty. Finally yet importantly, Belkasoft Evidence Center 2016 comes with full support for Windows 10, adapting its discovery and analytic engine to cope with new and changed artifacts produced by Microsoft’s new OS.

“We made a major release just before the year’s end”, says Yuri Gubanov, Belkasoft CEO. “The new version of Belkasoft Evidence Center feels like a totally new product. We made it faster and easier to use while adding new analytic features – all that to help you discover more with less time wasted”.

Irish Crime Cases Dismissed Over Delays In Searching Computers

Thursday, December 10, 2015 (14:36:35)
Serious criminal cases have been dismissed by the courts because of a four-year backlog in analysing computers and other technology seized by gardaí, the Garda Inspectorate has said.

The most serious cases directly affected included prosecutions for stalking, possession of indecent images, child sex abuse and serious organised crime, said Deputy Chief Inspector with the inspectorate Mark Toland.

The issue has been highlighted in the inspectorate’s highly critical review of the management of the Garda force over decades, in which it said minimal reforms had been made to adapt to change.

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New Passware Kit 2016 Decrypts OpenOffice and Supports Shared Dictionaries

Thursday, December 10, 2015 (13:36:03)
Passware, Inc., the leading encrypted evidence discovery company, updates its flagship software to recover passwords for OpenOffice and LibreOffice documents and instantly unlock Windows 10 Live ID accounts.

The new version of Passware Kit Forensic also supports shared dictionaries stored on network drives. The shared dictionaries can now be used by multiple installations of Passware Kit simultaneously.

* Password recovery for OpenOffice files
* Support for shared dictionaries
* Instant reset of Windows 10 Live ID passwords
* Support for RTI2 tables for fast recovery of hashed passwords

Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto Probably Australian Entrepreneur

Wednesday, December 09, 2015 (08:44:41)
The creator of the digital currency bitcoin, known only by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, is probably an Australian entrepreneur, according to two new investigations.

Wired and Gizmodo have published separate stories suggesting that Nakamoto’s real identity is Craig Steven Wright, a 45-year-old Australian described by Wired as a “climate-change denier, a serial entrepreneur ... and an eccentric.” Various attempts to prove Nakamoto’s identity in the past have proved unsuccessful.

Wired has linked Wright to bitcoin by several posts on his blog, starting with one published in August 2008 that mentioned his intention to release a “cryptocurrency paper”.

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Magnet Forensics Partners With US Intelligence Community's Strategic Investor

Tuesday, December 08, 2015 (17:39:35)
Co-development of digital forensic tools will support law enforcement and national security agencies’ recovery and analysis of digital evidence

Magnet Forensics, a global leader in the development of digital forensics software, today announced that it has secured a strategic partnership agreement with, and investment from, In-Q-Tel, Inc. (IQT). IQT is the investment organization that identifies innovative technologies to support the mission of the U.S. Intelligence Community.

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(ISC)2 Offers Exam Outline for CCFP Digital Forensics Certification

Monday, December 07, 2015 (11:56:03)
The Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFP) certification is the only global cyber forensics credential that provides a comprehensive validation of a candidate’s knowledge and skills as a digital forensics expert. Backed by (ISC)², the global organization that delivers the gold standard certification in the information security market, CCFP is the definitive credential for experienced and knowledgeable cyber forensics professionals.
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Job Vacancy: Magnet Forensics – Sales Engineer – EMEA

Monday, December 07, 2015 (10:01:02)
Who are we?

Magnet Forensics builds software solutions to help forensic investigators uncover critical Internet evidence – and make sense of it. Whether our customers are fighting crime, preventing fraud, or protecting national security, we’re dedicated to helping them find, analyze and present digital evidence to bring the truth to light.

We are a dynamic team who loves to make a difference. We are passionate about what we do, and make sure we have fun doing it!

What we are looking for:

The Sales Engineer will play an exciting and key role at Magnet Forensics. You will take ownership of the technical aspect of the pre and post sales engagement; your technical expertise will be relied upon for advancing the sales cycle, ensuring customer success, and conducting demonstrations. You possess excellent communication skills, a natural aptitude for technology and a strong desire to understand your customer’s environment and put their needs center focus.

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Complimentary FTK 6.0 Product Webinar

Thursday, December 03, 2015 (15:07:52)
Date: Wednesday December 9th 2015
Time: 14:00 EST / 19:00 GMT

Registration: https://accessdata.webex.com/accessdata/onstage/g.php?MTID=e7231e92e9c1a01bac5087437b74f077e

Presenter: Mark Stringer, Manager of the ACE (AccessData Certified Examiner) Program and Senior Instructor at Syntricate

Join us for a complimentary webinar with AccessData where you will be able to see a demonstration of all the FTK 6.0 product features. Just a few of the exciting features you can expect to see:

- Multi-Language Optical Character Recognition (OCR). Expand to other languages with the ability to choose which language before converting images to readable text. Further enhancements and bug fixes are also included.

- FTK® Web Viewer, Powered by Summation®. As evidence is being identified (in the field or lab) the prosecutor’s office or other teams now have instant access.
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