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MacQuisition has been the go-to tool for acquisition of Apple computers for quite some time.
With the most recent changes in the methods of acquiring data from Apple products, the MacQuisition software is now needed more than ever.
This tool has been time tested and remains at the top of the list for must have tools in the arena of computer forensics. more ...
The selection of a multifunctional tool for mobile forensics is the key for successful investigation.
Private investigations, no matter if they are about love infidelities, missing persons or asocial behavior of adolescents, today are unimaginable without forensic analysis of mobile devices. I will be more specific, I wouldn't be able to close many of my cases without the help of tools like Oxygen Forensic Detective. more ...
I had no idea just how tightly BlackLight would grab onto my attention and then keep its hold. Yet, here I am. While I've heard positive feedback from people in the information security community regarding BlackBag's forensic software products, I have not had the opportunity to use one of their products on my own. Thus, I was thrilled to review BlackBag's BlackLight product.
For those who are not familiar, BlackBag's BlackLight is a piece of comprehensive forensics analysis software that supports all major platforms, including Windows, Android, iPhone, iPad, and Mac. In addition to analysis, it can logically acquire Android and iPhone/iPad devices. You can also run the software on both Windows and Mac OS X. more ...
From the 6th-8th of December 2016, AccessData ran a Windows course in a training centre overlooking Trafalgar Square in London, UK. The aim of the course was to familiarise forensic investigators with the Windows operating system and give an in-depth understanding of its potential for analysis in digital forensic investigations.
The course was open to all levels, from those who had never conducted an investigation to those who were more familiar with digital forensic techniques. Some level of familiarity with AccessData’s products was assumed, although everything was explained in great detail throughout the course, making it accessible for those who were just starting out as well. more ...
From the 1st to the 3rd of November 2016, AccessData ran a live online training course to help forensic investigators understand the specific challenges presented by Windows 10, and how they can be overcome.
The course was aimed at people who already had a level of familiarity with both forensic investigation generally and with AccessData’s products, and took participants through all aspects of investigating a Windows 10 system. more ...