Digital Forensics News May 2018
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Magnet Forensics have released AXIOM 2.0, with a new case dashboard and increased AI options.
The videos from BSides Detroit are now available.
Version 7.7.1 of XRY is now available from MSAB, along with new versions of Kiosk and Tablet.
Nuix shared a video demonstrating how to run a counter-terrorism investigation using their platform.
AccessData have released AD Enterprise, which includes more thorough “memory analysis” searches for malware, targeted data preview and collection of all complex data types.
Brian Carrier spoke about how to use Volatility in cyber triage to analyse memory.
Oxygen Forensics have announced a new way of decrypting WhatsApp data.
Jason Hale described how to use the partition / diagnostic event log to track USB devices.
Atola have released Atola TaskForce, a high-speed evidence acquisition tool capable of working with both good and damaged media.
Did Guccifer 2 plant his Russian fingerprints? The Forensicator thinks it might be possible.
Schatz Forensic have announced the release of Evimetry Lab, a digital forensic system that aims to accelerate in-lab forensic workflow.
Alexis Brignoni has started a blog in which he translates digital forensics articles into Spanish.
Griffeye's new AI technology is trained to help identify child abuse content and make investigations run more smoothly.