Notifications
Clear all

Encase self study material  

  RSS
krishang
(@krishang)
New Member

Hi

I was planning to skill up myself in Forensics tools and procedures. As per info available thru various web resources, Encase seems to be a good product to work upon. I wanted to enquire if we have any of the published books on Encase forensics which may help in giving a detailed insight into the product. I would appreciate ur valuable comments

Rgds
Krishan

Quote
Posted : 25/08/2004 11:06 am
Jamie
(@jamie)
Community Legend

Krishan,

Welcome to Forensic Focus.

Are there any commercially available books on EnCase? I'm only aware of the books Guidance give out during training courses but these aren't available for purchase otherwise (as far as I'm aware).

Perhaps someone can correct me if the above is incorrect?

Jamie

ReplyQuote
Posted : 26/08/2004 12:15 am
Jamie
(@jamie)
Community Legend

I am, of course, forgetting the online seminars provided by Guidance. Perhaps they're a good introduction to EnCase in lieu of other training aids (other than the courses themselves)?

Jamie

ReplyQuote
Posted : 26/08/2004 12:23 am
bh47100
(@bh47100)
New Member

On the Guidance Software website you can request a trial version of the software. I did this and it arrived in less than a week. The trial version comes with a sample case on the CD. The sample case is all the software can access. (Thus the trial version) It has been very helpful getting me familiar with the software. The trial is fully functional on that one case, but limits the ability of learning how to image other drives and quite a few other things. Hope that helps.

http://www.guidancesoftware.com/inforequest/requestdemo.asp

Brandon

ReplyQuote
Posted : 28/08/2004 5:22 am
tyjy_china
(@tyjy_china)
New Member

Guidance online seminars:

http://www.encase.com/webinar/index.asp

there are somethings very good for selfstudy.
πŸ˜†

ReplyQuote
Posted : 05/09/2004 9:02 am
johnny
(@johnny)
New Member

Hi,

I could well be wrong but Encase do sell there manuals. I think you have to create a new account with them to get to their full range of products which included manuals.

Best of luck

ReplyQuote
Posted : 07/10/2004 8:37 pm
mrgraz
(@mrgraz)
New Member

If you check on amazon.com you will find a book comming out from encase

EnCase Computer Forensics–The Official EnCE EnCase Certified Examiner Study Guide (Paperback)
by Steve Bunting, William Wei

——————————————————————————–
List Price $69.99
Price $44.09 and this item ships for FREE with Super Saver Shipping. See details
You Save $25.90 (37%)

Availability This item has not yet been released. You may order it now and we will ship it to you when it arrives. Ships from and sold by Amazon.com.

——————————————————————————–

Editorial Reviews

Book Description

Guidance Software's EnCase product is the premier computer forensics tool on the market, used in law enforcement labs for digital evidence collection; in commercial settings for incident response and information assurance; and by the FBI and Department of Defense to detect domestic and international threats
This guide prepares readers for both the CBT and practical phases of the exam that validates mastery of EnCase
Written by two law enforcement professionals who are computer forensics specialists and EnCase trainers
Includes the EnCase Legal Journal, essential for forensics investigators who need to be sure they are operating within the law and able to give expert testimony
The CD includes tools to help readers prepare for Phase II of the certification, which requires candidates to examine computer evidence, as well as a searchable PDF of the text

——————————————————————————–
Product Details

Paperback 624 pages
Publisher Sybex; Bk&CD-Rom edition (December 19, 2005)
Language English
ISBN 0782144357
Shipping Information View shipping rates and policies
Amazon.com Sales Rank #600,775 in Books
(Publishers and authors improve your sales)

ReplyQuote
Posted : 19/09/2005 11:46 pm
hogfly
(@hogfly)
Active Member

I posted a link to the book over 10 days ago.

http//www.forensicfocus.com/index.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=442

ReplyQuote
Posted : 20/09/2005 12:00 am
Jamie
(@jamie)
Community Legend

Yes, thanks to you both!

Jamie

ReplyQuote
Posted : 20/09/2005 12:49 am
andrewsco
(@andrewsco)
New Member

I managed to get a copy of the encase users manual - i think just from the interent somewhere, which I dont think you need to pay for. It explains how to use it - perhaps that is a possibility?

Andy

ReplyQuote
Posted : 03/10/2005 2:18 pm
Jamie
(@jamie)
Community Legend

I might be wrong but I was under the impression that the manual was (officially) only available to those who have purchased the program? Perhaps someone else can comment?

Jamie

ReplyQuote
Posted : 03/10/2005 4:39 pm
secret_squirrel
(@secret_squirrel)
Junior Member

I might be wrong but I was under the impression that the manual was (officially) only available to those who have purchased the program? Perhaps someone else can comment?

Jamie

hey guys,

andrewsco may be refering to pier to pier downloads or bittorrent.

ReplyQuote
Posted : 05/10/2005 11:02 pm
cgpa1
(@cgpa1)
New Member

http//www.encase.com/support/downloads.asp

You all probably know but just reminding incase - URL for the downloads to EnCase manuals in pdf form but as already pointed out you will have needed to have purchased a copy so you can access the downloads.

Philip

ReplyQuote
Posted : 10/10/2005 7:04 pm
Share: