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Paliscope Webinar: Using The ICAC Package To Gather Evidence Online

Wednesday, December 19, 2018 (10:41:42)

Are you working with Internet Crimes Against Children? Join us for our webinar on January 9. We will talk about the functionality of the new ICAC Package and demo how to use the different integrated tools in Paliscope to search for more evidence online.

Digital Forensics News December 2018

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 (13:05:45)
The dates have been confirmed for PFIC 2019 - join Paraben in Utah from the 10th-13th September.

MSAB have released new versions of XRY (7.10), XAMN (4.1) and XEC (4.0).

Paliscope have integrated new tools for ICAC investigators, enabling them to search for data offline.

On the Hacking Exposed blog, Dave Cowen expands testing of the Syscache hive.

Oxygen Forensics have a new release: Oxygen Forensic JetEngine, which allows investigators to quickly parse volumes of data.

ADF's Digital Evidence Investigator is now compatible with Griffeye Analyze.

Brett Shavers has shared his thoughts on software preferences over on DFIR Training.

MediaClone have released the SuperImager Desktop NVMe and SATA Forensic Lab.
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Paraben’s Activity Timeline Filter: It Just Takes A Second

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 (11:20:11)
In just a second everything can change for some people. In car accidents what a driver was doing becomes imperative. Was that driver distracted? Were they on their smartphone? According to TeenSafe.com 80% of car crashes are attributed to a driver being distracted or not paying attention. Today the DMV estimates that 9 people per day die in distracted driving accidents. 14% of distracted driving accidents are due to the driver doing something on their mobile device. So, how can law enforcement and the legal community deal with this new epidemic?
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Interview With Dmitry Postrigan, CEO, Atola Technology

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 (10:03:36)
In 2018 Atola Technology celebrates 15 years in business. Back in Atola’s formative years, it was your technical expertise that lay the foundation of the company’s success. Today do you consider yourself a tech guy or an idea guy?

Yes, at first I was a tech professional who generated ideas and enjoyed working on them. In fact, when in 2003 I, along with Fedir Nepyivoda co-founded Atola, there was no business plan behind it. However, we had big ambitions with regards to the technology we wanted to develop. And when you are such a small team, there is a very short distance between an idea and its implementation. There was even a time when I came up with this great new concept in the morning, and we had it fully realized by the end of the day.

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Register For Webinar: Advances In Screen Mirroring For Android And iOS Devices

Monday, December 17, 2018 (18:24:08)
In their upcoming webinar Susteen will introduce new techniques for acquiring data from encrypted and popular apps such as SnapChat, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Viber and more.

Presenter: Francis DeGiorgio, Project Manager, Data Pilot 10

Date & time: 18th December 2018, 1:00pm Eastern Time

Register here
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Oxygen Forensic Detective From Oxygen Forensics

Monday, December 17, 2018 (16:43:50)
by Scar de Courcier

Oxygen Forensic Detective is a powerful tool used extensively by investigators both in law enforcement and in the private sector. It is split into two sections, Extractor and Detective, but once you have bought it there are no hidden add-ons that require extra payments, which is a huge plus right upfront.

Oxygen’s Extractor tool runs independently of Detective. This is significant because it means you can image a number of devices at one time; you are only limited by what your machine can handle. Each Extractor runs independently, so you can have several going at once.

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Enhancing Digital Investigations with OpenText™ EnCase™ Forensic 8.07

Monday, December 17, 2018 (13:31:28)

OpenText™ EnCase™ Forensic is one of the leading digital forensics solutions on the market for triage, acquisition, processing and preservation of digital evidence. It empowers computer forensic examiners to conduct efficient forensically sound data collections and investigate using a repeatable and defensible process. EnCase offers disk-level forensic analysis and the broadest support of operating and file systems, artifacts and encryption types, all while maintaining evidence integrity. Powerful processing, integrated investigation workflows and flexible reporting options differentiate EnCase in the market. EnCase Forensic’s feature set has been called “simply unmatched” by SANS. Learn why and contact an EnCase expert today.

Passware Introduces Password Exchange and Decrypts Hidden TrueCrypt Partitions

Monday, December 17, 2018 (10:48:13)
Passware Kit 2019 v1 introduces Password Exchange — a new opt-in service that provides access to the list of passwords found by Passware Kit users worldwide.

We’re continuing to improve capabilities of distributed password recovery. The new version introduces a built-in tool to view logs and detailed status information for Passware Kit Agents directly from Passware Kit, as well as GPU monitoring (temperature, load, and fan speed).

Passware Kit 2019 v1 supports decryption of macOS Mojave APFS disks and is the first software to decrypt hidden TrueCrypt partitions instantly by extracting encryption keys from memory images.

Forensic Focus Forum Round-Up

Monday, December 17, 2018 (07:41:26)
Welcome to this month’s round-up of recent posts to the Forensic Focus forums.

Can you help byrlord to find data on a drive that has been accidentally formatted?

How would you demonstrate that a specific user deleted files form a Windows PC?

The largest partition on this Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is showing up as an unrecognized file system - what might have gone wrong?

Why did the hash value change on these Excel files? Share your thoughts on the forum.

Pbeardmore shares some evidence given to the House of Lords about forensics - watch it here.
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DFIR And OSINT Come Together At PFIC 2019

Friday, December 14, 2018 (11:13:11)
Sept 10, 11, 12 2019 in Park City Utah.

Paraben is excited to announce that PFIC 2019 will be held once again in Park City, Utah. The overwhelming success of PFIC 2018 is just one of the reason Paraben once again chooses Park City, Utah to host the conference and training event. The Westgate Resort will provide the beautiful mountainside venue while the amazing content that PFIC has become known for will be brought in from all over the world.
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