A lot of IT professionals who get started with forensics see graphical forensic applications like Encase and Forensic Toolkit (FTK), and they get turned off when they see that the Sleuth Kit is a collection of command-line utilities. While there is a Web interface called Autopsy for the Sleuth Kit, it is slow and has a relatively limited feature set. Today, however, open source advocates and forensic examiners with limited budgets can rejoice: there is finally an intuitively designed, feature-rich – and free – interface to the Sleuth Kit called PTK…
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