There are some forensic apps that come out and you just know that they will become an integral part of most everyone’s forensic tool kit over time (sometimes right away).
I have seen this with several tools over the years in the broad spectrum of DFIR, but in particular where digital forensics is concerned, I have seen several single-purpose, small tools come out and become major players in the field, with a few of the small tools evolving into full-fledged forensic suites.
Short version: Arsenal’s tools are a must-have in a forensic analyst’s toolbox.
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