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Digital Forensics News May 2018

Friday, May 25, 2018 (09:05:59)
This is the last day to vote in the Forensic 4:Cast awards! Forensic Focus is nominated in two categories: Digital Forensic Blog of the Year, and Digital Forensic Resource of the Year. Cast your vote here.

Registration is still open for the Techno Security & Forensic Investigation Conference in Myrtle Beach at the beginning of June. Forensic Focus members can get 30% off the registration price by using the code FFOCUS18 at the checkout.

Magnet Forensics have released AXIOM 2.0, with a new case dashboard and increased AI options.
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Griffeye Releases New AI Technology Trained To Aid Child Abuse Investigations

Thursday, May 24, 2018 (09:56:35)
Today, Griffeye release new AI technology for Analyze DI Pro that will help investigators filter out relevant information, speed up investigations and free up time to prioritize investigative work such as victim identification. The technology has been trained on child sexual abuse material at Taskforce Argos, Queensland Police in Australia.

Evimetry Lab Changes The Game For In-Lab Forensic Workflow

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 (12:06:34)
Schatz Forensic today announced Evimetry Lab, a next-generation digital forensic system for dramatically accelerating in-lab forensic workflow. The system solves the most pressing problems of policing and other mature forensic labs; getting answers faster and scaling to meet ever growing volumes of evidence. Exploiting high-speed networking and centralized high-performance storage, Evimetry Lab enables forensic examiners to begin analysis immediately on beginning forensic acquisition, and enables time consuming processing tasks to begin (and finish) hours earlier.

Logicube To Showcase Next-Generation Falcon-NEO At Enfuse Conference

Monday, May 21, 2018 (11:00:17)
Logicube® Inc. will premier its next-generation digital forensic imager, Falcon-NEO at the Enfuse Conference, May 21st-23rd in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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ADR512 Testing

Thursday, May 17, 2018 (10:20:58)
by Andrey Fedorov

The purpose of this article is to find additional information about the capabilities, specifics, and USPs of the ADR512 Android Data Recovery program. A full description of this software can be found here.

Developers from 512 BYTE, who created the software, invited specialists from digital forensics lab Gross to test it.

Let’s take a look at the practical tests.

The essence of the experiment step by step was as follows.

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Atola Technology Sets A New Bar For Acquisition Tools With Atola TaskForce

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 (07:39:41)
Today Atola Technology announced the launch of Atola TaskForce, the next generation of evidence acquisition tools. Having optimized its imaging algorithm in 2016 to match maximum speeds drives operate at, Atola now presents a system that further solves the market’s number one issue: time required for evidence acquisition. TaskForce’s robust hardware, which includes multi-core Xeon CPU, supports 8+ concurrent imaging sessions at overall speed of 15 TB/hour.

“We are thrilled to have beaten our own speed record,” says CEO Dmitry Postrigan. “Our previous flagship product, Atola Insight Forensic acquired up to 1.8 TB/hour, which secured its place as the most efficient forensic imager in the world. With Atola TaskForce, our clients are able to image up to 15 TB/hour when running 8 or more concurrent imaging sessions, and it makes this device a uniquely fast and mighty acquisition tool. Certainly, our signature damaged drives capability is supported in this tool”.
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Forensic Focus Forum Round-Up

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 (12:11:12)
Welcome to this month’s round-up of recent posts to the Forensic Focus forums.

Is it possible to wipe BitLocker encrypted USB drives? Add your thoughts on the forum.

Forum members help jblakley to recover Gmail artifacts.

Would you be interested in speaking at a digital forensics conference in the US?

Do you have any advice for a member who is worried about anti-forensics in the cloud?

Have you moved into a digital forensics position in the UK, from the USA? Share your advice on the forum.
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Searching And Filtering Emails when Forensically Collecting Mailboxes

Friday, May 11, 2018 (12:07:41)
by Arman Gungor

When mailboxes are forensically preserved for eDiscovery or digital forensic investigations, their contents are almost always searched and filtered. Filtering emails helps overcome time, scope and cost constraints and alleviates privacy concerns.

There are two main ways of filtering emails—before and after the forensic acquisition. Each method has its pros and cons, which we will discuss here.

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Oxygen Forensics Introduces New Method Of Decrypting WhatsApp Data

Thursday, May 10, 2018 (18:55:02)
Oxygen Forensics, a worldwide developer and provider of advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices, cloud services, and drones, announced today that Oxygen Forensic® Detective 10.2 can now acquire a WhatApp Cloud token from Android devices.

Mobile Forensics - Advanced Investigative Strategies

Thursday, May 10, 2018 (08:57:38)
by Oleg Afonin & Vladimir Katalov

Reviewed by Scar de Courcier, Forensic Focus

Mobile forensics is a growing subsection of digital forensic investigation. With the proliferation of devices, applications and operating systems available nowadays, it's increasingly becoming a vital and complex field. The skillset needed to accurately acquire evidence from mobile devices may seem dauntingly wide-ranging, especially when so many of us are dealing with backlogs in the first place. How are we supposed to keep up to date with this ever-evolving challenge?

Luckily we have books like this to help us out.

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