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Lima Laboratory is an amazing product. If I was on a medium to large digital forensics team, I would not hesitate to recommend that this product be purchased and used. A good selling point would be the compliance with the international standards ISO 9001, ISO 27001 and ISO 17025 and US Standards such as ASCLD accreditation. One of the goals for us when I worked in a large corporate environment was to bring the lab up to these standards. We had two obstacles: finding the time to research how the standards applied to us, and then actually setting goals to move from where we were to processes and procedures that would meet the standards. With this product, most of that work is already done. more ...
In January 2014, I took both the Cellebrite Certified Logical Operator (CCLO) and Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst (CCPA) trainings in a one-week course held in Washington, DC and taught by Cellebrite Certified Instructor, Joe Duke. The CCLO and CCPA are required predicates for Cellebrite Certified Mobile Examiner (CCME) certification, Cellebrite’s “capstone” forensic examiner certification. The course trains investigators and examiners to perform file system extractions, physical extractions, password bypasses and the advanced analysis of evidentiary items using the UFED Physical Analyzer software. more ...
After receiving a call to provide an evaluation on EnCase Forensic v7 Software, I started thinking of my case work on computer and mobile forensic analysis and the all tools that I have used over the years. The most commonly used by examiners like myself is one of the industry standards, EnCase. Guidance Software Inc. first presented this software in 1997. Guidance launched the current version (V7) in 2012, which brought a lot of changes to the software’s interface as well as many other well-known features in the software.
The current version of EnCase is V7.10; this tenth release reinforces the manufacturer’s great technical support. My first meeting with it was at Guidance’s training center in Slough, UK in 2012. My interaction with it has continued during many other training sessions of mine. EnCase is usually my primary forensic tool but also serves as an excellent verification tool. more ...
A few weeks ago I volunteered to do a review of the HddSurgery tools as I have been fascinated with the mechanics of hard drives since I started working with computers over 25 years ago.
I received a well wrapped package containing the ramp sets along with three test hard drives. Despite owning dozens of hard drives, none are defective, so HDD Surgery kindly sent me three drives to practice on.
The ramp sets are inside a solid block of wood, the lid is milled out of this solid block of wood and secured in all four corners with a magnet as shown below. more ...
Recently I saw an email from ForensicFocus.com seeking a volunteer to write a review for Oxygen Forensics' DETECTIVE Mobile Device Forensics Suite. I have quite a bit of mobile device forensics experience, but mostly using other tools, and very little experience with Oxygen Forensics products. I thought this would be a great opportunity to test out a new tool. My overall impression of DETECTIVE’s features:
- Intuitive functionality and easy to personalize reporting mechanism
- Robust Social Graphing and Social Charting capabilities
- Ability to analyze data acquired from multiple devices and create integrated timelines and maps
- Smart phone savvy, even with models not supported on their website; “feature” (non-smart phones) not supported as robustly more ...