Digital Forensics News December 2018

The dates have been confirmed for PFIC 2019 – join Paraben in Utah from the 10th-13th September.

MSAB have released new versions of XRY (7.10), XAMN (4.1) and XEC (4.0).

Paliscope have integrated new tools for ICAC investigators, enabling them to search for data offline.

On the Hacking Exposed blog, Dave Cowen expands testing of the Syscache hive.

Oxygen Forensics have a new release: Oxygen Forensic JetEngine, which allows investigators to quickly parse volumes of data.

ADF’s Digital Evidence Investigator is now compatible with Griffeye Analyze.

Brett Shavers has shared his thoughts on software preferences over on DFIR Training.

MediaClone have released the SuperImager Desktop NVMe and SATA Forensic Lab.Christa Miller shared some resources for mobile investigations over on Magnet’s blog.

Passware have introduced Password Exchange, which provides access to the list of passwords found by Passware Kit users worldwide.

MSAB’s new Access Services allows law enforcement and other government agencies that need access to the most challenging mobile phones in critical cases.

AccessData have updated their flagship products: FTK 7.0 and AD Lab 7.0 are now available, along with Summation 7.0 and an enhanced version of Quin-C.

OpenText have released EnCase Forensic 8.07, which includes support for APFS and increased encryption support.

Paraben’s new version of the E3 platform includes Timeline Filter, which shows the details of what is being accessed at any given moment in time.

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