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Atola TaskForce Wins Appreciation As The Most Capable Portable Imaging Tool

Thursday, July 26, 2018 (07:27:54)
Atola TaskForce’s compact format and multiple connectivity options make it an easily portable device that is capable of imaging 15TB/hour in the lab or in the field. As the company gets feedback from the tool’s first users and potential customers, the value of this innovative tool becomes obvious: it dramatically expedites evidence acquisition tasks for crime scene examiners, financial investigators and tactical forces.
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Review Of MacQuisition From BlackBag Technologies

Wednesday, July 25, 2018 (15:50:55)
Reviewed by Scar de Courcier, Forensic Focus

BlackBag Technologies was co-founded by Ben Charnota and Derrick Donnelly - both ex-Apple employees who also happen to come from law enforcement backgrounds. With their combined experience, it's no wonder BlackBag is a world leader in Mac forensics.

The only company with an end-to-end solution for the new Apple File System (APFS), BlackBag offers four forensic products:

1. BlackLight analyzes data from Windows, Mac, Android and iOS systems.
2. Mobilyze is an Android and iOS triage solution aimed at frontline law enforcement officers.
3. MacQuisition is a powerful 3 in 1 solution for live data acquisition, targeted data collection, and forensic imaging.
4. Softblock is a write-blocking tool for Mac OS X forensic analysis machines.

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  • Posted by: scar
  • Topic: News
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Magnet Forensics Acquires Tracks Inspector

Wednesday, July 25, 2018 (15:02:55)
Magnet Forensics, a global leader in developing digital investigation software for smartphone, cloud, and computer examinations, today announces its acquisition of Tracks Inspector from Tracks Inspector B.V., a software company based in The Hague, Netherlands.

With the acquisition of Tracks Inspector, Magnet Forensics adds a robust review platform for non-technical stakeholders of an investigation to its product portfolio. Tracks Inspector offers an intuitive, web-based solution that puts digital investigations into the hands of detectives, analysts, and case officers, enabling easy review of digital evidence early in an investigation and allowing forensic specialists to conduct targeted forensic analysis.

Forensic Email Collector v3.3 By Metaspike Has Been Released

Wednesday, July 25, 2018 (07:29:19)
Metaspike has released v3.3 of Forensic Email Collector with exciting new features and numerous improvements.

The highlights of this release are (see changelog):

* Exchange / Office 365 delegation support.
* Email notifications for completed acquisition sessions.
* Automatic detection of the target Exchange server version.
* Population of file system timestamps based on server dates.

Learn more about Forensic Email Collector.
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  • Topic: News
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Forensic Focus Forum Round-Up

Tuesday, July 24, 2018 (09:21:56)
Welcome to this month’s round-up of recent posts to the Forensic Focus forums.

Forum members discuss the reality behind the Making A Murderer series.

Can you help vdhee with RAID recovery?

The new Windows 10 Timeline feature attracts some attention - have you come across it yet?

How would you bypass this Windows 10 password?

Forum members discuss how to extract and analyse data from CCTV hard drives.
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Webinar - Griffeye 101: A Crash Course In Visual Media Investigations

Tuesday, July 24, 2018 (08:13:57)
A new webinar, Griffeye 101: A Crash Course In Visual Media Investigations, is available to view here.

The explosion and volume of digital images and videos captured by CCTV, smartphones, tablets, digital cameras, body worn cameras, and dash cams presents significant challenges to analysts, investigators, and forensic examiners. In this webinar, students will learn about:

- Pre-categorization based on known hashes
- Processing vast amounts of multimedia data collected from multiple sources and forensic tools
- Automatically eliminating and prioritizing information
- Detecting critical clues through automated routines and visual navigation
- Identifying relationships between files based on their EXIF
- The basics of “Fuzzy hashing”
- Photo matching in the absence of EXIF data
- Object recognition in videos

Join the forum discussion here.
View the webinar on YouTube here.
Read a full transcript of the webinar here.
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BlackLight 2018 R2 Is Now Available From BlackBag

Monday, July 23, 2018 (09:54:49)
BlackLight 2018 R2 is officially released and is now available. This release includes the top three most popular customer requests and provides new support for Spotlight artifacts.

What's New and Improved?

- Ability to view and filter across multiple devices
- Enhanced email support for EMLX parts and email reporting
- Auto-adjust time zones for Daylight Savings Time
- Ability to parse macOS Spotlight Indexes

To learn more about the latest BlackLight release and watch a five minute features overview video, click here.

Digital Forensics News July 2018

Monday, July 23, 2018 (08:35:01)
Magnet Forensics have released a new white paper showing how to acquire and parse data from iOS 11 devices.

Griffeye's Analyze 18.1 can now perform facial recognition in both images and videos.

How do you make sure your paper gets accepted to a conference? There are no guarantees, but in his latest blog post Lee Holmes shares some tips.

Registration is open for Techno Security TX in September. Forensic Focus readers can get 30% off the ticket price by entering the code FFOCUSTX18 at the checkout.

MSAB are the latest company to join the CASE initiative, a community-developed standard designed to serve the digital forensic industry.

Susteen have released a new field acquisition device, which allows immediate acquisition of of evidence from mobile phones in the field.
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Passware Decrypts New Apple File System

Friday, July 20, 2018 (10:26:10)
Passware announced the anniversary release of the all-new Passware Kit 2018 v1!

The new version of Passware Kit Forensic features a redesigned user interface and the ability to decrypt Apple File System (APFS) disks and macOS High Sierra Keychains.

Memory analysis now works as a one-step, streamlined process for multiple evidence types and encryption artifacts, while optimized algorithms provide faster password recovery for TrueCrypt, Android, Zip, and many other types of files.

Passware Kit 2018 v1 can be used side-by-side with Passware Kit 2017.
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Giving Back In DFIR

Friday, July 20, 2018 (08:38:05)
by Jessica Hyde, Magnet Forensics

A few months back I was on my way to BSides NoVa, having a conversation with someone competing in the CTF about where his team would donate the prize money to if they won. I suggested some organizations related to helping young people learn about Information Security. A few hours later, I was relaying the story to a friend and she mentioned that she wasn’t aware of many of the groups that I was referencing. At that point, I realized that information needed to be shared.

A few months later I was at BSidesRoc and heard an incredible keynote by Matt Mitchell: Practical Security: Real World Lessons. In this presentation, Matt talked about a gamut of ways that Information Security professionals could use their skills to help others. He spoke about work that he and other hackers do that has meaning in different ways. I was inspired and started looking for ways that we can use our skills as Digital Forensic professionals to give back.

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