Digital Forensics News October 2018

It’s the last week of submissions for the DFRWS EU 2019 call for papers.

The Passware Kit Forensic tool from Passware has introduced the ability to recover Bitcoin wallet passwords.

A post on Initialization Vectors demonstrates how to perform digital forensic analysis using a sandbox.

MSAB have released XAMN 4.0, with increased speed and new visualization options.

Griffeye's AI technology has been trained at Taskforce Argos and is now able to detect child abuse content in images and video sets.

Magnet’s Trey Amick has posted an article showing how AXIOM can help in Instagram investigations.Registration is now open for Techno Security's California chapter in San Diego, March 2019.

BlackBag have released version R2 of their Mobilyze solution, which helps to triage and analyse mobile devices.

AXIOM 2.6 has been released by Magnet Forensics, including increased support for WhatsApp.

The latest version of Oxygen Forensic Detective is now available, allowing users to examine IoT devices and extract more than 30 different smart watches.

MSAB’s new XRY Drone product supports the extraction and analysis of data from drones.

Foxton Forensics have posted an article demonstrating how to use Windows Timeline to recover Edge browser history.

Infosec Samurai talks about the importance of being certain of your conclusions in digital forensic investigations.

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