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What's Happening In Forensics 1st Jul 2019

Monday, July 01, 2019 (15:34:08)
Terry Sweeney discusses the 10 essential basics of infosec forensics.

Neal Krawetz talks about the distribution of fraudulent photos.

John is tackling the challenge of needing to maintain artifact libraries.

Phill Moore's latest monthly podcast episode has been published.

Cellebrite demo the Selective Extraction capability in UFED.
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Now released: XRY 8.0, XAMN 4.3 and XEC Director 5.1

Monday, July 01, 2019 (09:35:10)
The newest versions of XRY, XAMN and XEC Director represent a major advance in our efforts to help customers acquire mobile evidence and intelligence faster, easier and more efficiently.

XRY 8.0 features a new interface and powerful new capabilities that make the extraction process faster, easier and more automated than ever. XRY 8.0 also adds support for 409 mobile devices and apps, bringing the total number of supported devices and app profiles to 27,441.

XAMN 4.3 now has improved filtering capabilities and new quick views to help investigators find critical content such as passwords, deleted data and important chat messages.

And we’ve built significant new IT security enhancements into XEC Director 5.1 and the MSAB Kiosk.

Case Study: Extracting Messenger Data With Oxygen Forensic Detective

Monday, July 01, 2019 (07:38:51)
by Nikola Novak

It‘s a great pleasure to share my experience of working with Oxygen Forensic Detective, which was a crucial tool in solving one of my cases.

A father of a minor girl contacted me, worried his daughter was in suspicious society and probably had been consuming marijuana. His wife accidentally found traces of a substance which looked and smelled like marijuana in his daughter‘s clothes and that led him to that conclusion.

Polygraphic testing pointed that the girl was intensively communicating with her friends mostly via Facebook and mobile messenger apps, so I suggested to her parents to thoroughly examine her phone, believing they would found incriminating evidence.

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What's Happening In Forensics 28th Jun 2019

Friday, June 28, 2019 (12:06:02)
SalvationDATA have released SPF Pro V6.92.30.

Belkasoft discuss how Belkasoft Evidence Center can help in cases of workplace bullying.

And another from SalvationDATA: a mobile forensic case study of physical extraction for Qualcomm and Mediatek smartphone.
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Magnet AXIOM Adds Support For Facebook, Instagram, And Snapchat Warrant Returns

Friday, June 28, 2019 (11:30:10)
In the latest versions of Magnet AXIOM, we've introduced a number of updates to support warrant returns for some of the biggest social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat. You can get this warrant return support, along with many more features, when you upgrade to the newly available Magnet AXIOM 3.3.

If you’re not already using AXIOM and want try AXIOM 3.3 for yourself, request a trial today.

What's Happening In Forensics 27th Jun 2019

Thursday, June 27, 2019 (20:10:12)
Elie Bursztein et al share their research on rethinking the detection of child sexual abuse imagery on the internet.

Cyber Triage shows how to collect arbitrary files during incident response.

INTERPOL World is happening next week in Singapore.

Magnet AXIOM 3.3 includes SIM card support and updates to warrant returns.
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How To Use Cross-Case Search With Belkasoft Evidence Center

Thursday, June 27, 2019 (13:43:15)
by Yuri Gubanov

Diving deeper may be the key to the eventual success of a digital forensic investigation. This is true not only when it comes to a single given case, but also when it comes to intersections between different cases.

Sometimes, a person being investigated may have associates who are problematic, or who have been involved in different forms of misconduct. Consequently, in the course of a digital investigation, investigators may need to examine links between a current case and other opened (or recently archived) cases. A reliable tool is needed to get a clear and coherent picture in its entirety.

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What's Happening In Forensics

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 (16:25:01)
Mattia Epifani discusses Apple Watch forensics.

Gary Hunter gives a forensic overview of Evernote for iOS.

The Cambridge Cybercrime Centre is hosting a one-day cybercrime conference in July.

Law.com discusses how attorneys can ruin computer forensic cases.

Elcomsoft's Oleg Afonin talks about why digital forensics training is important.
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Get A New White Paper From Magnet Forensics: Magnet AXIOM And MacOS/APFS

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 (14:19:32)
A new free white paper is now available from Magnet Forensics — download Magnet AXIOM and macOS/APFS today!

What's Happening In Forensics

Tuesday, June 25, 2019 (15:58:08)
Qumodo have announced that they are working with the Home Office CAID team and UK policing to speed up the categorisation and investigation of child sexual abuse material.

Brett Shavers encourages us to keep balance in our DFIR world.

The Eclectic Light Company talk about which log files should be available in Consolation.

Amped share how to run custom filters on Authenticate.
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