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Recovery tools for Digital Forensic and Recovery services

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(@gordonchai)
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Hello everyone,

I'm in search of digital forensic investigation recovery tools and also offer recovery services. I'd appreciate any suggestions for recovery tools, whether they're free or paid versions.

Thank you in advance for your assistance!

 
Posted : 19/09/2023 1:36 am
(@apiforensics)
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There are simply far too many tools in the industry to list here that could be classified under that general description. 

Perhaps if you could provide more detail about the types of investigations you conduct, that list could narrowed down somewhat.  However, I believe a good start is to glance over to the right of your screen (Enterprise Partners, Partners) and take a look at the various solutions each of them offer. 

There is no one tool that can do everything.  Most practitioners in the DFIR industry rely on more than one tool in their toolbox.  I'm sure with a little bit of investigation, you will find individual vendor tools or mixing of various vendor tools that will meet your needs.

With regards to free tools, Eric Zimmerman's tools ( https://goo.by/kKxeRf ) are very well known. 

Good luck!

 
Posted : 06/12/2023 10:45 pm
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(@tic-tac)
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The best "tool" is a competent specialist. You can buy all the tools in the world, the latest and greatest hardware, but if you will have monkeys for employees, then it is all pointless. 

Invest in knowledge, experience and expertise. Then you won't have to ask silly questions on online messaging boards. 

 
Posted : 10/12/2023 12:23 pm
(@dancrux)
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@apiforensics 
I think other tool of forensic and recovery is Bulk Extractor, could be helpful for data recovery and disk imaging.

 
Posted : 14/12/2023 5:42 am
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