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Where to sell spare writeblockers?

Discussion of forensic workstations, write blockers, bridges, adapters, disk duplicators, storage etc. Strictly no advertising of commercial products, please.
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Re: Where to sell spare writeblockers?

Post Posted: Aug 11, 18 17:52

- koi.jd
My question right now as a newbie is where to buy writeblockers? I agree with the spam bit, as I over the course of my career haven't yet ever somehow ended up with 'lots' of anything!

ebay has things turn up now and then but there no consistency to it.

There is a 35689iu for sale from the Us for $389:

Can be a bit costly for a student, but if you want one now... or you can wait until a cheaper one comes along. There are other writeblockers listed, but way more expensive. You can always resell it once you're done with your training.

If you're specifically looking for a USB writeblocker like the Wiebetech pass through one, it is about $200 new so used ones are unlikely to be listed at all times - but it happens from time to time.  

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Re: Where to sell spare writeblockers?

Post Posted: Aug 12, 18 10:18

As a side note, if all is needed is a USB writeblocker, there are also lower-cost lesser-known ones, which would be IMHO perfect for a student as he/she will have the *need* to validate its workings (not that a "big name" one shouldn't be checked/validated as well, but I believe that lots of people just trust the vendor).

A thread where a few were mentioned:

- In theory there is no difference between theory and practice, but in practice there is. - 

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