Computer Forensics & Mobile Forensic Analysis Combined in P2 Commander

Paraben Corporation has announced the release of P2 Commander v3.6. This new version adds the ability to analyze mobile device data acquired using Device Seizure into this comprehensive forensic analysis tool. Also added to this version is support for Outlook 2013 PST files, many other email analysis improvements, and much more.

“With smartphones and tablets becoming more like computers, the need for even more advanced analysis of data extracted from these devices is getting stronger and stronger,” stated Amber Schroader, CEO of Paraben Corporation. “This is just the first step integrating traditional computer forensic and mobile forensics which will make examiners more effective.” P2 Commander remains one of the most affordable, yet comprehensive analysis tools on the market today.P2 Commander is a comprehensive forensic analysis tool with strengths in email analysis, chat log analysis, internet history analysis, registry file analysis, illicit image detection, and much more. With over 10 years of experience in the digital forensic market, Paraben’s tools are trusted, reliable, and still affordable.

ABOUT PARABEN

Paraben Corporation specializes in technologies for both digital forensics and cyber threat mitigation for law enforcement, corporate enterprises, and consumers. Established in 1999, Paraben became a leader in the digital forensics industry with the first commercially available tools for cell phone forensics and have expanded their product line to include hard drive, and enterprise forensics solutions as well as cyber threat assessment tools. Paraben is a leading innovator in the field with software, training, and consulting services. For more information, visit www.paraben.com.

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