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qcc notes

Discussion of forensic issues related to all types of mobile phones and underlying technologies (GSM, GPRS, UMTS/3G, HSDPA, LTE, Bluetooth etc.)
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bigjon
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qcc notes

Post Posted: Apr 09, 13 14:28

Some of the guys in our office are routinely having problems with QCC notes
The error states an exception error or system out of memory error. Microsoft.net framework
Has anybody had this? keep getting this?
Some computers in our office have never had it and continue to operate fine

Your help is appreciated thank you  
 
  

finbarr
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Re: QCC CaseNotes

Post Posted: Apr 09, 13 14:47

Hi there,
Whilst I don't work at QCC anymore, I wrote CaseNotes and can possibly assist - can you be a bit more specific about the errors your colleagues are seeing and the circumstances that generate them?

Cheers,
John.
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trewmte
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Re: qcc notes

Post Posted: Apr 10, 13 00:28

I wrote about Forensic CaseNotes back in 2007 and the work of John Douglas:

trewmte.blogspot.co.uk...notes.html

John, the links you originally gave are out of date. Perhaps you can let me know the current links so that I can update the article?
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finbarr
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Re: qcc notes

Post Posted: Apr 10, 13 03:15

Hmmm - not sure myself!

Try this: CaseNotes Lite
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bigjon
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Re: qcc notes

Post Posted: Apr 13, 13 15:56

John, Trew

Thanks guys, I will get the exact wording from the officers
By the way, all think its a great tool for LE, fully auditable etc  
 
  

finbarr
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Re: qcc notes

Post Posted: Apr 13, 13 21:39

You might like to know that there is a new version which I have written - it's just going through final QA testing at the moment and will hopefully be released shortly.

Features include:
* Case files are now standalone SQLite databases
* Optional built in SQLite encryption (1024 bit AES)
* User defined Templates for commonly entered note text
* User tabs increased from 4 to 10
* Spell checker added for all tabs and new note boxes
* Checklists added, including a GUI builder to create them (stored as XML)
* Better RTF support, including full rulers with tabs, a-la WordPad

Free version (no time limits) allows 4 tabs, one template and no check lists. Registering for professional version (price not fixed, but I understand around £20 ???) will remove these limitations. Also, future release to integrate with the existing iPad version.

Keep an eye out for 'Blackthorn CaseNotes Professional' released by Blackthorn Technologies (was QCC Information Security Limited).

Kind regards,
John.
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