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The New Passware Kit Recovers Passwords For MacOs Mojave And MS Office 2019

Monday, November 12, 2018 (07:17:21)
Passware releases a major update to its flagship software product for encrypted evidence discovery and decryption - Passware Kit Forensic 2018 v3. It features password recovery for macOS Mojave keychains, MS Office 2019 files, and QuickBooks 2019 databases.

Passware Kit Forensic 2018 v3 also introduces password recovery for Bitcoin Electrum wallets, 1Password OPVault and Online databases, and hard disks protected with Symantec Endpoint Encryption.

The new version provides tools necessary for easy management of Passware Kit Agent clusters and improved support for Tableau Password Recovery (TPR1) accelerator.

Overcoming Email Preservation Challenges With Forensic Email Collector

Thursday, November 08, 2018 (11:09:35)
A new webinar, Overcoming Email Preservation Challenges With Forensic Email Collector, is available to view here.

Join the forum discussion here.
View the webinar on YouTube here.
Read a full transcript of the webinar here.
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New Report: The World’s Most Promising Police Technology Startups

Wednesday, November 07, 2018 (16:30:27)

Last week a new report – Police Tech Pioneers – that looks at how new technology startups are set to transform policing was released. 75 of the world’s most promising police technology startups from around the world are listed in the report. Griffeye is one of twenty especially selected businesses that are showcased.

How To: Create A Logical Image On Falcon NEO

Wednesday, November 07, 2018 (11:30:30)

Welcome to Logicube’s tutorial on the Forensic Falcon NEO. In this episode, we’ll show you how to perform a logical image. The logical imaging feature of Falcon NEO shortens the evidence collection process by allowing investigators to select and acquire only the specific files they need, rather than the entire physical drive. Users can create logical images from source drives locally attached to the Falcon NEO, or from a network repository. To perform a logical image, we’ll choose the Mode icon and select ‘File to File’. Choose the source drive – we’ll choose S1 – and then choose the Settings icon. Under the Settings icon you can add case information by clicking on the Case Info icon. So you can add a case filename, case ID, examiner, case notes, whatever you like. Read More
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Paraben Introduces New Enhanced Image Scanning In E3 Platform

Wednesday, November 07, 2018 (09:07:07)
'A picture is worth a thousand words' has become even more impactful in this new generation of graphically communications. Understanding how these images are composed and recovered are critical for your digital forensic tools. Paraben’s recently launched E3 Platform version 2.0 has taken that into consideration with a new Image Analysis Add-On that can be added to any of the three primary license options of E3:Universal, E3:P2C, and E3:DS. Each of these license options can take in this enhancement that allows for the scanning and categorization of a variety of different image-based content. This can save the investigator hours of time sorting through the data manually for a quicker triage method.
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Griffeye x BlueBear – A Partnership Driven By Our User Community

Monday, November 05, 2018 (07:54:08)

Integrating BlueBear’s LACE carver into the Griffeye Analyze platform puts a great solution in the hands of users. It also shows the value of working together to solve problems and being guided all the way by what our users tell us. Here, Johann Hofmann, CEO of Griffeye, talks about this and more as he describes how the partnership came about.

Forensic Analysis Of The μTorrent Peer-to-Peer Client In Windows

Friday, November 02, 2018 (14:52:32)
by Michael R. Godfrey

The μTorrent software client is the most popular BitTorrent peer-to-peer software application worldwide. Contraband files such as copyrighted movies and music, child pornography and pirated content, are frequently acquired through the peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing protocol BitTorrent. This research will include the digital forensic analysis of the μTorrent client, specifically, the free (Basic) version 3.5.3 for Windows released on utorrent.com. The μTorrent client is based on the same architecture of the original, less popular client, itself named BitTorrent (bittorrent.com). In fact both software applications are owned by BitTorrent, Inc. Although the same artifacts have been identified in all versions of μTorrent, any examination of other versions should be tested by the examiner.

μTorrent is available for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS (only with a jailbroken device). A computer running μTorrent can be paired with external devices for viewing (iOS and Android mobile devices, USB storage drives, and certain streaming devices).

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Paraben Launches The E3 Platform Version 2.0

Thursday, November 01, 2018 (15:13:49)
Providing a better solution for all types of digital evidence, E3 Platform is a comprehensive digital forensic tool designed to handle more data, effectively and efficiently. The version 2.0 of the E3 Platform has only enhanced these capabilities with key features in both architecture and analysis. “We put a lot of thought into our 2.0 release to make sure we were not only offering new great features like iOS 12 and Android Pie support, but also a better design with a change to a full 64-bit backend for all of our analysis engines. We want to make sure we are producing data quickly and completely with each investigation” stated Amber Schroader, Founder and CEO.
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Reveal Critical Evidence And Crack More Cases With Carving Technology

Thursday, November 01, 2018 (13:45:49)

Getting evidence from confiscated media devices has always been a challenge. Not only because of the difficulty in locating all the right data, but also because of the manual labor of exporting and importing the data once it’s found. To solve this, we’ve integrated best-in-class carving technology into the Griffeye Analyze platform.

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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