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Nugget: A Digital Forensics Language

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 (13:44:39)
Vassil Roussev discusses Christopher Stelly's research at DFRWS EU 2018.

One of the long-standing conceptual problems in digital forensics is the dichotomy between the imperative for verifiable and reproducible forensic computations, and the lack of adequate mechanisms to accomplish these goals. With over thirty years of professional practice, investigator notes are still the main source of reproducibility information, and much of it is tied to the functions of specific, often proprietary, tools.

In this talk, Vassil Roussev presents discuss the design and implementation of a domain specific language (DSL) called nugget, which aims to enable the practical formal specification of digital forensic computations in a tool-agnostic fashion.

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Review Of AXIOM 2.5 From Magnet Forensics

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 (12:59:25)

Magnet AXIOM is an all-in-one digital forensics tool that lets examiners analyse evidence from both computer and mobile devices in the same case. Some of the latest features, along with points of comparison with Magnet’s Internet Evidence Finder, are outlined below. This review will focus on AXIOM 2.5. The current version at the time of writing is 2.6; with new versions coming out every month, it’s worth keeping an eye on the new features in each release. One of the main ideas behind version 2.5 was to focus heavily on improving speed performance. Read More
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Randy Whitcroft Joins MSAB To Lead Sales In Canada

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 (12:21:08)

MSAB today announced the appointment of Randy Whitcroft to lead its sales efforts in Canada.

“I am excited to represent MSAB in Canada. My role will be to help current and future MSAB customers improve their mobile forensic operations and effectiveness,” said Mr. Whitcroft. “The positive impact that these solutions have for our front-line customers in the law enforcement, intelligence, corrections and border security communities made my decision to join MSAB easy.”

“Randy is incredibly experienced and knows the law enforcement and government technology market in Canada extremely well. He is a wonderful addition and we look forward to working alongside him,” said Glenn Hickok, President of MSAB, Inc.

Mr. Whitcroft has over twenty-five years of experience in technology sales and client management. Previously, he was a Senior Account Executive with Oracle Canada where he worked with a number of Canadian Federal Government accounts within the Public Safety portfolio.
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AccessData Strengthens Worldwide Team With Three New Hires

Friday, October 26, 2018 (08:37:29)
AccessData Group today announced that three industry veterans have joined the company in various client services leadership positions to assist customers in both the public and private sectors.

“We pride ourselves on being able to deliver what our clients need. Whether you’re talking about managing data intensive investigations, commercial litigation or ensuring regulatory compliance, we are committed to delivering high-touch personalized service so our customers can be successful,” said Abdeslam Afras, executive vice president of international business and U.S. federal markets at AccessData. “To support that commitment, we’ve successfully recruited three seasoned professionals with deep experience in law enforcement, digital investigations and information management. These new hires significantly bolster the expertise on our team and will propel us forward in our efforts to assist customers worldwide.”

Add Increased Pincode/Passcode Breaking Capabilities To Your Lab

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 (10:51:08)
Susteen is proud to announce that our Burner Breaker pincode/passcode/pattern breaking system, which achieved Popular Science’s “Best of What’s New” award in the category of Innovations in Security now includes our cutting edge field acquisition device. The Burner Breaker continues to be a leading edge product in helping law enforcement and government agencies gain access to locked mobile devices. The increased capabilities give law enforcement agencies a complete kit that includes analytics, passcode breaking and a field device for quickly acquiring evidence from phones in the field in minutes. Acquire cutting edge technology without breaking the budget.

Along with the robotic arm component for breaking into locked burner phones that cannot talk to software, Susteen has developed new bootloaders for easily bypassing pincodes/passcodes on LG, Samsung and ZTE devices. Law enforcement and government agencies from across the globe, can now speed up investigations and acquire evidence from thousands of new phones and tablet computers.

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Digital Forensics News October 2018

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 (16:08:32)
It's the last week of submissions for the DFRWS EU 2019 call for papers.

The Passware Kit Forensic tool from Passware has introduced the ability to recover Bitcoin wallet passwords.

A post on Initialization Vectors demonstrates how to perform digital forensic analysis using a sandbox.

MSAB have released XAMN 4.0, with increased speed and new visualization options.

Griffeye's AI technology has been trained at Taskforce Argos and is now able to detect child abuse content in images and video sets.

Magnet's Trey Amick has posted an article showing how AXIOM can help in Instagram investigations.
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Mobilyze 2018 R2 Now Available

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 (12:18:11)
BlackBag Technologies is proud to release Mobilyze 2018 R2 with additional iOS and Android support. Mobilyze makes triaging mobile devices easy with an interface that lets you go straight from acquisition to a well-formatted report. Sometimes small adjustments need to be made though before reporting, like when the device is set to a different time zone. BlackBag's latest release includes the ability to update timezones as well as features geared to make investigators lives easier.

Mobilyze 2018 R2 now supports iOS 12.0 and displays HEIC images and HEVC videos, used by Apple for live pictures and videos. For Android, group message support for Samsung devices has also been added. For additional iOS updates and more information about the release see the Top New Feature Highlights below.

Forensic Focus Forum Round-Up

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 (11:24:22)
Welcome to this month’s round-up of recent posts to the Forensic Focus forums.

What is anti-forensics, how can we prove its relevance to an investigation, and how much of a challenge is it to the industry? Add your thoughts in the forum.

Can you help bjh505 to image a WinBook TW800?

What digital forensic case management software would you recommend?

The debate about whether ISO 17025 is the right standard for digital forensics rages on; and if not, what should the alternative be?

Why is this local admin account displaying incorrect time stamps? Share your thoughts on the forum.
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Atola Technology Shows How To Tackle Acquisition Of Growing Data Volumes

Monday, October 22, 2018 (07:38:24)
In the recently published survey by Forensic Focus, it was the volume of digital data per case that was named one of the biggest challenges facing forensic examiners these days. Over 23% of respondents agreed that this, along with the increase in the number of cases (nearly 5%), has become a pressing issue. To tackle this problem, Atola Technology has developed Atola TaskForce, a hardware forensic imager capable of imaging multiple drives at their top speeds, cumulatively achieving the overall speed of 15 TB/hour!
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Interview With Sheldon Feinland, VP Of Sales, BlackBag

Friday, October 19, 2018 (11:23:16)
Sheldon, you're VP of Sales at BlackBag. Tell us about your role: what does a day in your life look like?

At BlackBag, I am responsible for the revenue of the entire company. I plan and work with several other team members on the go to market strategy. This includes figuring out exactly who are we selling to, what we can sell them to help meet their needs, where the customer is, and how are we going to approach the marketplace.

A typical day involves working with current and prospective customers on solving their needs with our solutions. I speak to customers to understand how they are using our solutions and what they would like to see in future releases. Partners (resellers, consultants, and other software companies) play a major role in our strategy, so during the day I am usually talking to many of them.

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