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Website Capture Applications

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Re: Website Capture Applications

Post Posted: Apr 15, 19 07:44

There are quite a few tools that can do this. Although one good online one is GrabzIt's Web Scraper. This web scraper can convert every web page in a website to PDF. They have useful tutorial on how to get started converting an entire website to PDF.

They also provide the ability to add a timestamp watermark to the PDF, which may be useful for some use cases.  


Re: Website Capture Applications

Post Posted: Apr 15, 19 13:29


If you need a tool that preserve integrity with hash value of extracted websites, you can use hunchly. This tool save every visited web pages as you are browsing in google chrome. You can export the pages visited in MHTML or pdf format. As i said the tool keep every hashing value of the pages consulted and the exported pages. After the investigation hunchly will build you a report of the investigative work you have done. It also enable you to see metadata of the images you would find on the web/social networks.

This is a professional tool used by many law enforcement team and the creator Justin Seitz is easy to join and to talk to.

You should give it a try, there is a trial on their website.


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Re: Website Capture Applications

Post Posted: Apr 15, 19 14:42

there's also the italian FAW www.fawproject.com/  


Re: Website Capture Applications

Post Posted: Jun 13, 19 14:22

A tool from the United States that I have used in the past to address these issues is made by X1: www.x1.com/

A little pricy, but its website capture feature is pretty good and the online artifacts from the tool can be successfully offered as evidence in the US Legal system.

I hope this information will be helpful to you.  

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