Digital Forensics News November 2017
Belkasoft have updated Belkasoft Evidence Center 2018 to offer live memory analysis and malware detection, and enhancing support for Android physical acquisition.
Angus Marshall at the University of York, UK has recently put together a survey for digital forensics tool developers and is looking for respondents.
HancomGMD have launched MD-LIVE, a live data extraction and analysis solution.
AccessData's AD Lab is the first product to be available in a cloud-based environment.
ATLAS from Magnet Forensics is designed to bring together digital evidence management into one solution.
The call for papers for DFRWS USA 2018 is now available.
Paraben have started a Training Academy, which will include courses covering many aspects of digital forensics.
Belkasoft and AccessData have collaborated on the latest release of FTK, integrating Belkasoft's analytics into FTK's architecture.
Raedts.biz discussed building wordlists from forensic images.
MediaClone have released the SuperCopier NVMe Desktop, allowing users to capture data from multiple NVMe SSDs in parallel, simultaneous operations.
SalvationData have shared their steps for extracting data from a burned and water-damaged hard drive.
BlackLight 2017 R1, the new version of BlackBag's popular forensic software, is now available.
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MSAB have released XEC v2.0 across several of their products.
The new version of Oxygen Forensic Detective has increased WhatsApp extraction capabilities.
AccessData have released RTK, a new tool that helps users to identify problematic data.