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Magnet Forensics has released Internet Evidence Finder™ (IEF) v6.3. Key release updates include enhanced tools for investigation of pictures; additional support for volume shadow copies, support for an expanded range of mobile chat and social networking artifacts; as well as support for analysis of Kindle Fire tablets.
ElcomSoft Co. Ltd. has updated its iOS Forensic Toolkit, adding physical acquisition support for jailbroken iOS 7 devices. Physical acquisition support is now available for jailbroken devices running Apple iOS 7 including iPhone 4S, 5 and 5C, iPad 2nd to 4th gen, iPad Mini, iPod Touch 5th gen, and either having no passcode protection or carrying a jailbreak installed.
Select Fabricator’s High Attenuation RF signal security portable tent enclosures are designed for secure communications applications where maximum signal attenuation is required with the flexibility a free-standing, portable system provides.
Paraben has announced the release of Device Seizure 6.5 offering logical and physical extractions as well as password bypassing and filesystem acquisitions in one low priced tool. This new version adds support for hundreds of new models, new password bypassing, and much more.
Belkasoft releases a major update to Belkasoft Evidence Center. Boosting version number to 6.0, the newest release of Belkasoft forensic suite facilitates a major price drop, introduces new editions, and offers a host of new features, functionality, and usability improvements.
FIREBrick is an easy to use modular platform which allows law enforcement departments to implement an evidence pre-processing solution. Features include autonomous disk imaging at speeds of up to 5 GB per minute with storage mirroring and encryption and free open source firmware.
Tracks Inspector enables non-technical investigators to search and analyse the most common forms of digital evidence found in their cases, through the web browser on their desktop, laptop or tablet, without having to rely on a digital forensic expert.
CRU announces the availability of high-performance NTFS support for destination drives, which allows forensic image drives generated by the WiebeTech Ditto Forensic FieldStation to quickly and easily attach to Windows-based forensic workstations and computers while maintaining high overall image performance.
dtSearch Corp. announces version 7.73 of its product line. The new version enhances .NET, C++, and Java API options for dtSearch Engine developers embedding the document filters for data parsing, conversion, extraction, and display of retrieved data with highlighted hits.
Vindex, from InfinaDyne, is a video indexing tool that makes it possible to evaluate video files in a fraction of the time it would take to play and watch them. The release of Vindex version 2 brings some major enhancements.
Magnet Forensics has announced the release of INTERNET EVIDENCE FINDER (IEF) v6.2. The latest release adds new features, new Internet artifacts, and artifact updates for both IEF Standard and IEF Advanced editions. Newly introduced in IEF v6.2 is the Dynamic App Finder feature
NetClean has incorporated a powerful new engine and sophisticated functionality into its Analyze DI software. This speeds up and simplifies the process of reviewing and analyzing digital data and helps police forces to more easily identify victims in CSA cases.
Cellebrite has announced the launch of the UFED 4PC and UFED TK. UFED 4PC is designed for customers who require a convenient, cost-effective way to extract and analyze mobile forensic data on a single PC of their choosing.
The Tableau T3iu is effectively three products packaged into one half-height, bay-mount package: a write-blocker, a drive cooler, and a suspect drive tray. Its unique design supports cable-free imaging of either 3.5 inch or 2.5 inch SATA hard drives.
The Mobile Phone Examiner Plus v.5.4 software release adds iOS 7 devices to its extensive list of supported devices. In addition, this MPE+ release introduces several new advances in iOS device handling. Mobile forensics examiners can now unlock devices using keys that can be found in any computer where the device was previously synced, and examiners can enter known passwords directly into the MPE+ interface to decrypt data on the fly.