Vere Software has released the WebCase Internet Investigator’s Toolkit, a utility that combines several of the most important features for online investigations. Free to law enforcement investigators and $29 to private or corporate investigators, the Internet Investigator’s Toolkit provides one-click access to Whois domain ownership information, MX records lookup, Netstat, Ping, Resolve, and Traceroute, among others…“Other lookup tools are available to Windows XP and Vista users at a cost of up to $249,” said Vere Software President and CEO Todd Shipley. “Our tool is unique in that while it provides many of the same features, these are only the tools the investigator needs most.”
Another key feature is the easy ability for the investigator to save the resulting data. This makes completing investigative reports quicker and easier.
In addition to the WebCase Internet Investigator’s Toolkit, a free Vere Software online investigation toolbar is now available. Free to any user, it provides law enforcement, private, and corporate investigators with the basic tools they need to investigate crime on the Internet: trace IP addresses, collect and gather information from the Web, and access Vere Software’s eLearning resources and forum.
Both the Toolkit and the toolbar are downloadable at:
WebCase is the flagship product of Vere Software, Inc. The first software built for legally defensible evidence collection from Web pages and social networking sites, WebCase digitally “fingerprints” its evidence using commonly accepted hash algorithms. It is designed to be accessible to investigators in a variety of vertical markets, including private investigation, insurance, human resources, and banking.
ABOUT VERE SOFTWARE:
Founded in 2007, Vere Software, Inc. is a Reno, Nev.-based company whose mission is to build tools upon the concepts that already exist, and are commonly accepted, about online evidence collection and preservation. By giving investigators a way to authenticate the evidence they find on the Internet, VereSoft intends to change the way they think about conducting online investigations.
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