Belkasoft Offers Christmas Discounts for its Entire Range of Forensic Products

This coming holiday season, Belkasoft announces a Christmas discount of 15% for its entire range of forensic products. Until the end of the year, forensic specialists can get some of the most advanced digital evidence extraction tools for 15% less. The discount takes effect immediately, and ends on New Year’s Eve. Customers will need to use a special coupon code in order to claim the discount.

“This time of the year we’re full of the holiday spirit,” says Yuri Gubanov, Belkasoft founder and CEO. “We’re happy to give away a substantial discount for the entire range of our forensic tools. Depending on the product, the savings can be as little as $75 or as much as $420 per license.”

In order to claim the discount, customers must enter the coupon code BELK-CHRS150 during the checkout. The discount code is valid in the Americas and Western Europe, and expires on midnight December 31st, 2012.About Belkasoft Evidence Center

Belkasoft Evidence Center is the company’s flagship computer forensic tool enabling security experts and forensic specialists collect and analyze more digital evidence than ever. Belkasoft Evidence Center can automatically locate, process and analyze Internet chat logs, Web browsing history and email communications including information stored in cookies and digital pictures, mailboxes and system files. Low-level access to hard disk and system structures means that even data that’s been deleted by the suspect cannot escape from investigators. Supporting Unix/Linux and Mac OS X file systems and natively mounting images created with EnCase, DD, and SMART without using these or any third-party tools, Belkasoft Evidence Center can collect more evidence than any single competing tool.

The affordable Standard edition is available to private investigators and corporate security departments, while the more comprehensive Professional edition adds the abilities to recover hidden and destroyed evidence with Data Carving, analyze memory dumps with Live RAM analysis. The Ultimate edition adds multimedia support, allowing investigators to automatically detect images and videos containing faces, pornography and scanned documents. The top-of-the-line Enterprise edition allows major security agencies and police departments to have multiple investigators work simultaneously on a case.


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Pricing and Availability

Belkasoft Evidence Center 2012 is available immediately. Pricing for Forensic IM Analyzer edition starts from $499.95, the Professional edition is available from $799.95, while the Ultimate edition sells for $1099.95. The announced discount chops these prices by slicing 15% off the published rates.

About Belkasoft

Founded in 2002, Belkasoft is an independent software vendor specializing in computer forensics and IT security software. Running on the Microsoft Windows platform, Belkasoft products back the company’s “Forensics made easier” slogan, offering IT security experts and forensic investigators solutions that work right out of the box, without requiring a steep learning curve or any specific skills to operate.

Belkasoft Evidence Center 2012 consolidates many of the company’s individual tools into a single, all-in-one forensic solution. Belkasoft products are used in forensic investigations, law enforcement, intelligence, corporate security and parental control applications. Belkasoft customers include thousands of government and private organizations such as the FBI, US Army, DHS, police departments in Germany, Norway, Australia and New Zealand, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Ernst & Young.

More information about the company and its products at http://belkasoft.com

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Information on Belkasoft Evidence Center as well as the free demo download are available at http://forensic.belkasoft.com/en/

Contact information:
contact@belkasoft.com

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