SuperImager® Plus Desktop Pro Gen-2 Forensic Lab units – Dual-Boot Linux/Win 7

MediaClone, Inc. is proud to announce the release of the 2016 new generation of SuperImager® Plus Desktop Pro Gen-2 Forensic units–“Heavy Duty” multiple Forensic Imaging and a Network Loader units, with dual boot Linux OS and Windows 7 Pro, and with PCIE 3.0 Expansion slots.

User can perform simultaneous, in parallel, multiple Forensic Imaging with 3 hash authentication MD5, SHA-1, SHA-2 and encryption on the fly from 4 SAS/SATA drives to 4 SAS/SATA drives (4:4) and from 3 USB3.0 drives to 3 USB3.0 drives (3:3) in 7 separate sessions. Upload 8 SAS/SATA drives to the network with 8 separate sessions.

The unit basic specifications:

Ports: 8 SAS/SATA, 6 USB3.0, 1GbE, HDMI ports
Processor: i7 SKYLAKE
Bus: PCIE 3.0
Memory: 16GB
Internal Storage: 256GB
OS: Dual Boot with Linux and Windows 7 ProThe advantage of the new units:

1) Linux OS: It is less likely to be targeted by malware and viruses. It is also very efficient; with much less overhead, especially when it performs high speed of data transfer.

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2) Efficient Forensic Imaging Application: The Linux-based application utilizes and optimizes true multiple CPU threads to achieve very efficient multiple sessions, parallel forensic imaging operations. The application is easy to use and is built with touchscreen icons and simple menus. It also allows the user to assign each of the unit’s SAS/SATA ports to be “Suspect/Source” or “Destination” and have the maximum flexibility to set any combination of the imaging operations. The user can select to run multiple sessions. Each forensic imaging can be performed from one “Suspect” drive to one “Destination”(1:1) drive, one “Suspect” drive to two “Destination” (1:2) drives, etc., or imaging from many “Suspect” drives to one large “Destination” drive in append mode (DD/E01).

3) High speed: The high speed is especially noticeable when running imaging saving to E01/Ex01 format with a full compression. The application allows users to manually select and adjust the number of threads (up to 16 threads) and the level of compression (1-10) to be used during each of the sessions. Forensic data capture with Encase E01/Ex01 formats with full compression is a widely used operation in the forensic industry, and generally requires a trade-off between imaging speed, saving space, and time of decompressing the image by the EnCase application.

Validated Speeds:
a) Forensic Imaging with SHA-1 and MD5 hash authentication, from Samsung Evo 850 SSD to Samsung Evo 850 SSD, recorded average speed of 29GB/min
b) SHA-1 Hash Authentication, on Samsung Evo 850 SSD to Samsung Evo 850 SSD, recorded average speed of 29GB/min

4) Upload multiple Forensic Images to Network: With the use of
10-40Gigabit/s Ethernet controller(Option), the user can upload up to 8 images, in 8 parallel sessions, to the network at high speed (supports E01/DD format)

5) USB3.0 Ports a Network Streamers: With the use of the unit’s USB3.0 ports, the user can use a low-cost 1Gigabit/s adapters and perform forensic imaging from each of the unit’s SAS/SATA ports via a USB3.0 port to the network

6) Expansion slots to supports other storage devices: Easy and affordable expansion via PCIE 3.0 expansion slots to capture data from FC, 1394, SCSI, USB3.1, TB, NVMe storage devices

7) Dual boot to Windows 7 PRO: Perform full forensic analysis using Encase, NUIX, FTK, and ProDiscovery

For more information please call us 001-818-654-6286

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