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ADF Solutions Partners With Belkasoft To Provide Mobile Computing Analysis

Monday, June 19, 2017 (09:25:44)
ADF Solutions and Belkasoft, both leading providers of digital forensic tools, today joined in a partnership that will allow ADF Solutions to license core Belkasoft technology into its field forensic and triage solutions to analyze mobile computing devices. This additional capability will be offered as an add-on to current ADF users, including field investigators, military operatives, and border agents.

“ADF is the leading provider of field forensic and triage solutions for computers and storage media, and this partnership extends our mobile computing technology to a new group of users.” said Yuri Gubanov, CEO of Belkasoft.

Interview With Zuly Gonzalez, Co-Founder And CEO, Light Point Security

Friday, June 16, 2017 (09:46:49)
Zuly, tell us about what kinds of experiences led you to start Light Point security.

My career originally started at the NSA. There I was mostly working on the defensive side, so basically protecting our computer systems and networks from hackers, bad guys coming in and infiltrating us. So it was interesting. I actually started Light Point Security with my co-founder, also former NSA, but he was on the offensive side. So he was the guys that we were protecting our computers from – he did that. He was on the offensive side and attacking other networks.

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Nuix And MSAB Announce Partnership To Streamline Computer And Mobile Forensics

Thursday, June 15, 2017 (13:49:55)
Global technology company Nuix and MSAB, a pioneer in mobile device forensic examination, today announced a partnership focused on harmonizing the Nuix digital investigation platform with MSAB’s suite of market-leading mobile forensics solutions. This partnership offers a streamlined workflow for investigators seeking to reduce their case backlogs and become more efficient in examining the dramatically growing volumes of digital evidence involved in investigative cases.
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SuperImager® Plus 8” T3 - Linux/Windows Dual Boot - With Thunderbolt Port

Thursday, June 15, 2017 (09:45:55)
MediaClone, Inc. is proud to announce the release of the SuperImager® Plus 8” T3 Unit with Thunderbolt port - A Powerful Forensic field unit, which enables a forensic investigator, in the field, to run simultaneously multiple Forensic Imaging. The unit is capable of capturing data from many types of storage interfaces and protocols (SAS, SATA, FC, SCSI, 1394, NVMe, USB3.1, M.2), including the latest NVMe SSD, at extremely high speed of 65GB/min, utilizing the Thunderbolt 3.0 fast port (40Gigabit/s) and the PCIE 3.0 Expansion box. Also, the user will be able to use the built–in Virtual Drive Emulator application, to immediately preview the “Suspect” drive, or to perform a quick selective image, or run a remote capture from Intel CPU based Laptops, Tablets, and PC.

In addition, the new product can be used to run a Triage Data Collection application, and Cellphone Data Extraction, from multiple devices, and run Complete Forensic Analysis applications such as EnCase, FTK, and Nuix.

The new product is supplied with Thunderbolt 3.0 to PCIE 3.0 Expansion Box and with NVMe M.2 controller
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Forensic Focus Forum Round-Up

Thursday, June 15, 2017 (07:06:15)
Welcome to this month’s round-up of recent posts to the Forensic Focus forums.

Forum members discuss how to recover data from a dead USB stick.

Can you help this new member who has been tasked with setting up a digital forensics team?

How would you find out when a folder or file was hidden?

Forum members discover some problems with memory analysis of Windows 10 machines.

How would you retrieve data from a Microsoft Surface Tablet that’s Bitlocker-encrypted?

Forum members discuss how to delete files.

What do you use to take notes on the examinations you conduct? Share your thoughts in the forum.

Is it possible to delete a photo from Google Image Search results?

Forum members discuss ransomware attacks in hospitals.

Can you help CopyRight to parse the WhatsApp database on a Huawei 6X?

How would you decrypt a Bitlocker-encrypted partition? Chime in on the forum.

Forum members discuss controlling children’s access to the internet.
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AccessData To Host Digital Forensics Lab At Cybersecurity Camp For Girls

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 (09:10:51)
AccessData Group, a leading provider of integrated digital forensics and e-discovery software, will host hands-on labs to educate students about digital forensics at the 2017 GenCyber: Girls in CybHER Security camp at Dakota State University (DSU).

Review Of Oxygen Forensic Detective From Oxygen Forensics

Tuesday, June 13, 2017 (07:38:19)
Reviewed by Miroslav Klarica, CEO at Detective Agency Mreza, Croatia

The selection of a multifunctional tool for mobile forensics is the key for successful investigation.

Private investigations, no matter if they are about love infidelities, missing persons or asocial behavior of adolescents, today are unimaginable without forensic analysis of mobile devices. I will be more specific, I wouldn't be able to close many of my cases without the help of tools like Oxygen Forensic Detective.

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A Method For Verifying Integrity And Authenticating Digital Media

Friday, June 09, 2017 (07:11:05)
by Martin Harran, William Farrelly & Kevin Curran

Due to their massive popularity, image files, especially JPEG, offer high potential as carriers of other information. Much of the work to date on this has focused on steganographic ways of hiding information using least significant bit techniques but we believe that the findings in this project have exposed other ways of doing this. We demonstrate that a digital certificate relating to an image file can be inserted inside that image file along with accompanying metadata containing references to the issuing company. Notwithstanding variations between devices and across operating systems and applications, a JPEG file holds its structure very well. Where changes do take place, this is generally in the metadata area and does not affect the encoded image data which is the heart of the file and the part that needs to be verifiable. References to the issuing company can be inserted into the metadata for the file. There is an advantage of having the digital certificate as an integral part of the file to which it applies and consequently travelling with the file. We ultimately prove that the metadata within a file offers the potential to include data that can be used to prove integrity, authenticity and provenance of the digital content within the file.

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Oxygen Forensic Detective 9.4 Goes All In For Android Device Capabilities

Thursday, June 08, 2017 (14:42:57)
Oxygen Forensics, a worldwide developer and provider of advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices and cloud services, is going all in on Android devices by adding Samsung cloud extraction capabilities for its flagship product, Oxygen Forensic Detective 9.4, and through a partnership with Passware, Inc. to overcome data encryption on Android devices.

Available today, Oxygen Forensic Detective 9.4 adds support for data extraction from Samsung cloud for all Samsung Galaxy devices allowing experts to extract data from the most popular smartphone brand in the world even if the device is lost or damaged. The added focus on Samsung cloud data extraction allows forensic experts the ability to gain access to account details, device list, contacts, calls, messages, notes and browser data saved on any Samsung Galaxy device.

Magnet Forensics To Offer Enhanced Integration With Project VIC And Griffeye

Wednesday, June 07, 2017 (09:43:27)
Global roadshow will showcase seamless integration of Project VIC data and Griffeye categorization into Magnet AXIOM

Magnet Forensics, a global leader in developing forensic software for smartphone and computer examinations, today announced that Magnet AXIOM, its complete digital investigation platform, will soon feature deeper integration with Griffeye and Project VIC for enhanced digital forensics analysis in child exploitation cases.

AXIOM users will soon be able to quickly add media files that have been categorized in Griffeye directly back into AXIOM for more holistic analysis and reporting. This simplified workflow will save examiners time and effort as they work to analyze and share all findings for the whole case – from categorized media files, to messages, to location and time-stamped data, to system data – with investigative teams.