Digital Forensics News June 2018

The Forensic 4:Cast Awards results have been released, with Forensic Focus winning Blog of the Year and Resource of the Year. Thank you to everyone who voted!

Magnet Forensics have released a new ebook looking at how to run child exploitation investigations.

Registration is open for the next Techno Security & Forensic Investigation conference, which is taking place in September in San Antonio, TX. Forensic Focus members can get a 30% discount on the registration fee by quoting FFOCUSTX18 at the checkout.

Cellebrite have released UFED Physical Analyzer 7.6.Bradley at Schatz Forensic has shared how to analyse AFF4 Linux memory images.

Magnet Forensics and the Child Rescue Coalition have teamed up to improve child protection investigations.

The latest volume of Digital Investigation has been released.

T3K Forensics shared their thoughts on some of the pertinent challenges in mobile forensics.

Black Hills have released an updated version of their Hashcat cheat sheet.

Oxygen Forensics have added support for Samsung Secure folders and enhanced their abilities to bypass lockscreens.

Digital Forensics Corp talked about why it’s important for private investigators to embrace digital forensics skills.

Should you use Mac or Windows as your examination platform? BlackBag Technologies have shared their thoughts.

Susteen demonstrated their new field acquisition device at Techno Security in Myrtle Beach, SC.

Elcomsoft have updated their Phone Viewer, adding extra support for location data.

Schatz Forensic have announced Evimetry Lab, which allows the most time-consuming tasks to begin immediately after acquisition has started.

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