Digital Forensics News November 2018

Susteen's Burner Breaker now includes their popular Data Pilot field acquisition device.

AccessData have hired three industry veterans to help their teams in Europe and North America.

MSAB have appointed Randy Whitcroft to lead their sales team in Canada.

Maxim Suhanov has provided an overview of how to recover deleted data from the Windows registry.

The world’s most promising police tech startups have been announced in a new report from Publitas.

Passware have released the Passware Kit Forensic 2018 v3, which features password recovery for macOS Mojave keychains, MS Office 2019 files, and QuickBooks 2019 databases.

Alexis Brignoni has reviewed CCleaner for Android.Craig Ball has given some tips on how to use Apple's Takeout feature to acquire data from the cloud.

Griffeye have integrated LACE carving technology from BlueBear into their Analyze platform.

Paraben have updated their E3 platform to include improved image scanning.

OpenText’s Tableau Forensic Imager (TX1) has been updated.

ADF Solutions have released new versions of their Digital Evidence InvestigatorⓇ, Triage-InvestigatorⓇ, and Triage-G2Ⓡ software.

Paraben are offering a new course going over the essentials of chip-off investigations.

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