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Wednesday, March 21, 2018 (10:43:34)
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Register For Webinar: Drone Forensics

Wednesday, March 21, 2018 (09:21:34)
In this webinar the attendees will learn about today's newest threat, recreational drones. Come and see the newest technologies supported by Oxygen Forensics, Inc's Detective product with regards to forensically processing drones. This webinar will introduce the attendees to features in Oxygen Forensic Detective that no current commercial tool can support... until now!

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Tuesday March 27th 2018
8 am PDT / 11 am EDT / 4 pm BST

Presenter: Lee Reiber, COO, Oxygen Forensics
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Learn To Apply Breakthrough Application Extraction And Decoding Techniques

Monday, March 19, 2018 (19:32:37)
Cellebrite forensic experts demonstrate the unique capabilities of Cellebrite SQLite Wizard & New Virtual Analyzer

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Digital Forensics News March 2018

Monday, March 19, 2018 (15:09:00)
Logicube have released Falcon-NEO, which is designed to streamline the evidence collection process.

Early bird rates for the Techno Security conference are only available until the 30th of March - get an extra 30% off by using the code FFOCUS18 at the checkout.

Cellebrite have updated Cellebrite Analytics.

Magnet have released AXIOM 1.2.4.

Oxygen Forensic Detective now supports DJI cloud.

DFRWS EU 2018 is under way! Find the full programme or register for DFRWS US on the website.

Videos from BSides Columbus videos are now available to view online here.
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Law Enforcement Professionals Need to Evaluate Digital Forensics Practices

Friday, March 16, 2018 (13:50:47)
by L.E. “Ted” Wilson

Law Enforcement Professionals Need to Evaluate Digital Forensics Practices Amid Looming Constitutional Showdown Regarding Digital Searches

There is a fascinating constitutional showdown brewing in the U.S. that will have significant implications for how our law enforcement agencies are able to conduct digital investigations. The fundamental question at issue is whether the Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination can be lawfully asserted by a criminal defendant as a justification for refusing to provide a law enforcement professional with the password needed to access a personal technology device.

The most common example of how this issue manifests itself is when a police officer wants to search a cell phone or a notebook device as part of a criminal investigation, such as a child pornography investigation. The officer presents a search warrant to a judge to search the content of the device for the contraband, or evidence of an offense.

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Logicube® Launches Next-Generation Forensic Imaging Technology

Thursday, March 15, 2018 (16:22:53)
Falcon®-Neo to revolutionalize speed of digital forensic investigations.

Logicube® Inc., the industry's leader in digital forensic imaging and hard drive duplication technology, has announced the next-generation of its ground-breaking Forensic Falcon® imaging solution. The Falcon®-NEO is a future-focused solution designed to streamline forensic evidence collection processes, in which speed is critical to capture evidence and quickly move to the analysis stage of the investigation.
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Forensic Focus Forum Round-Up

Thursday, March 15, 2018 (11:13:19)
Welcome to this month’s round-up of recent posts to the Forensic Focus forums.

Can you help Anelkaos to recover an overwritten MFT?

Share your thoughts on the forensic acquisition of SSDs.

Forensic Focus is trying to encourage more job vacancy postings from the USA - how might we do this? Share your ideas on the forum.

Forum members help loonaluna to find a Truecrypt container header.

Can you help mhibert to bypass a Windows 10 password?
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Techno Security Conference Attendee Early-Bird Rates End March 30th

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 (14:18:56)
Register before March 30th with Promo Code FFOCUS18 to receive the early-bird registration rate AND an additional 30% off.

The 2018 event will feature 90+ speakers, 80+ sessions, and 55+ sponsors/exhibits over four days of networking among 1,000+ cybersecurity and digital forensics industry professionals.

Primary session topics include Audit/Risk Management, Forensics (digital/mobile), Investigations, Information Security, Cellebrite Lab, Magnet Forensics Lab, and Sponsor Demos.

Don't miss your chance to save and join industry professionals looking for the latest tools, training, networking, and solutions to challenges in cybersecurity and digital forensics.

For full details and to register, visit www.TechnoSecurity.us.
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Forensic Analysis of Damaged SQLite Databases

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 (10:09:43)
by Oleg Skulkin & Igor Mikhaylov

SQLite databases are very common sources of forensic artifacts nowadays. A lot of mobile applications store data in such databases: you can also find them on desktop computers and laptops as well as, for example, forensicating web-browsers, messengers and some other digital evidence sources.

There are a lot of forensic tools on the market that support analysis of SQLite databases, for example, Magnet AXIOM, Belkasoft Evidence Center and BlackBag BlackLight to name a few. The tools can automatically parse some of these databases and even carve data out of free lists and unallocated space. Also they provide SQLite viewers forensicators can use to analyze this type of databases manually.

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Forensic Acquisition Of Solid State Drives With Open Source Tools

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 (12:33:14)
by Josué Ferreira

From a judicial perspective, the integrity of volatile storage devices has always been a reason for great concern and therefore, it is important for a method to forensically acquire data from Solid State Drives (SSD) to be developed.

The method in this paper presents a way to preserve potential volatile digital evidence, present on SSDs, and produce forensically sound bit-stream copies. Due to the volatile nature of SSDs, Digital Forensic Analysts are often faced with the challenge of preserving the integrity of digital evidence seized from a crime scene.

This paper proposes a method to perform forensic data acquisition from SSDs, while preventing the TRIM function and/or garbage collection from operating without user input, therefore maintaining the integrity of potential digital evidence.

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