Digital Forensics News January 2019

OpenText have released EnCase Forensic 8.08, with new cloud and encryption capabilities.

There’s only one week left to submit your proposals for DFRWS US 2019, which takes place in Portland, OR in July.

The latest version of BlackLight from BlackBag has been released, featuring improved tagging and support for Android MMS on Samsung devices.

Atola's new version of TaskForce, 2018.12, includes NVMe support and a new interface.

BlackBag have released their APFS source code to The Sleuth Kit framework.

Adam Harrison wrote about testing SRUM on Windows Server 2019.David Via posted about Windows Registry forensics; specifically, transaction logs.

The call for presentations for SANS DFIR Summit 2019 is now open.

Yulia Samoteykina talked about how to use Atola TaskForce to lift HPA and DCO on Atola's blog.

Cellebrite have released UFED Physical Analyzer version 7.13.

Bradford Oliver shared his thoughts on the best digital forensics training.

Brett Shavers posted some advice for how to make it in digital forensics.

The Forensic 4:Cast awards 2019 have been announced, with some new categories.

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