How to Use EnCase and IEF Together

When it comes to computer forensics, investigators often rely on a variety of tools to find the evidence they need. The real challenge is understanding how to use these tools together to make your investigations more efficient while still maximizing … Read more

Magnet Forensics Expands Support in EMEA

Waterloo, ON., March 4, 2015 – Magnet Forensics is pleased to introduce Carl Tinker as the new Business Development & Channel Manager for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). Carl joins the Magnet team to provide focused support for … Read more

IEF Artifact Updates Have Become a More Frequent Thing

To stay on top of the rapidly evolving app landscape (and ensure IEF users continue to find as much digital evidence as possible in their investigations), the Magnet Forensics team has started to release more frequent artifact updates, adding to … Read more

Acquiring Memory with Magnet RAM Capture

Recently, we released a new free tool that allows investigators to acquire the memory of a live PC. Customers using our IEF Triage module will already be familiar with this tool, as it’s used to acquire evidence from live systems. … Read more

Magnet Forensics presents: IEF User Summit @ Techno Security

Registration Opening Soon!

Join us for Magnet Forensics’ first-ever IEF User Summit at the 2015 Techno Security & Forensics Investigations Conference. Internet Evidence Finder users, and digital forensics professionals considering adding IEF to their toolkit, will learn how to use … Read more

Top 6 Reasons to Use EnCase and IEF Together

As a forensic examiner, you rely on a variety of tools to conduct your investigations. The types and needs of every case vary, often making it necessary to use more than one tool to find what you’re looking for. Depending … Read more

Making a Difference, One Child at a Time

By Jad Saliba, Founder & CTO of Magnet Forensics

It’s not an issue many like to talk about, or perhaps even know about. But child sex slavery is one of the fastest growing criminal enterprises in the world. A perverse … Read more

Recovering Live System Artifacts with IEF

The collection of volatile data has become an essential component of a forensic examiner’s processes. While traditional forensic practices have always focused around avoiding any modification of evidence in order to preserve the integrity of the data, this is no … Read more

Analyzing Windows Phone Artifacts with IEF

New with Internet Evidence Finder (IEF) v6.5, Magnet Forensics has added support for a number of native and third-party apps for Windows Phone. Using JTAG and Chip-off techniques, forensics examiners can use IEF to recover call logs, SMS/MMS, emails, and … Read more

Magnet Forensics Releases Internet Evidence Finder v6.5

With the release of Internet Evidence Finder v6.5, Magnet Forensics adds support for Windows Phone, and introduces new triage features including live system artifact recovery capabilities.

IEF is already capable of recovering evidence from native and third-party mobile applications found … Read more