Editor’s note: The SalvationDATA experts have been extremely busy last month for preparing the new release of our CCTV DVR forensic software. Now we are pride to announce that VIP 2.0(Video Investigation Portable) the best-selling DVR forensics solutions of SalvationDATA released now! The new release includes the optimized interface and many significantly improved capabilities can help investigators, examiners and other users to work faster, smarter and more efficiently. All these improvements make VIP2.0 The Sophisticated Video Evidence Capturer!
Passware Kit 2019 v3 instantly decrypts LUKS volumes via live memory analysis, extracts passwords and other data from macOS High Sierra keychains, and is twice as fast in recovering iTunes backup passwords on GPU than previous versions.
The new version also recovers original passwords for QuickBooks databases to provide access to sensitive data fields. Instant password reset is also supported.
The Nuix July 2019 software release is a bit bigger, especially for our investigations customers, than just a set of features and functionality. While there are plenty of those to talk about , it’s one change that underscores our commitment to providing the very best software on the market to help investigators to do their work better.
We’d like to introduce Nuix Investigate !
No, we haven’t built a brand-new product. What we’ve done is taken a long, hard look at our software portfolio and formalized what we’ve long known—namely, how perfect the software we used to call Nuix Web Review & Analytics is as a tool for a variety of investigations use cases.
TOUCHME , in its basic operation is designed to operate similar to the linux touch program which will update the file date/times to current date/time.
With the latest release of Magnet AXIOM, we’ve brought a host of new features that will help reduce the stress on examiners exposed to disturbing materials—particularly CSAM.
Get Magnet AXIOM 3.4 within AXIOM or as a download over at the Customer Portal today to utilize these new Officer Wellness features as well as a number of new updates that are making Mac investigations faster and more robust.
Good News! Kernel has released a brand-new tool for Office 365 migrations between two tenants. The tool can migrate archive mailboxes, shared mailboxes, public folders and Office 365 groups. It incorporates various filtering options for moving the required data only. It also has CSV file option for bulk migration of mailboxes. Along with Office 365, the tool supports on-premises and hosted Exchange environments as well for migration.
We have released the first version of SQLite Examiner , a free tool for viewing SQLite databases. SQLite Examiner includes standard features such as viewing data per table and writing custom SQL queries.
This release of NetAnalysis® adds support for the new Microsoft Edge (Chromium) browser , which has been released in Dev and Canary versions; we have also added support for the new Opera GX gaming browser as well as adding support for fifty-eight other browsers.
We have added support for the following new browsers:
In December 2018, Microsoft announced their intention to adopt the Chromium open source project in the development of their Microsoft Edge browser . As of July 2019, they have released Developer and Canary editions . Microsoft Edge is currently available for
Changes in this release include:
- When using transfer options, transfer module output to destination when --zm true is used. This pushes the output from modules as a zip file to the destination server. You can still optionally transfer target collection too
- For batch mode, add --ul switch. This stands for "Use linear" and when set on an entry (it should be the first one ideally), KAPE will run each instance from _kape.cli one at a time, vs spawning all at once. Useful for fine grained control over batch mode
- In gkape, remember selected targets and modules in gkape when viewing config via double click. This makes it possible to examine configurations and not have to reselect everything previously selected
- Change --mvars separator to ^ since comma was often used in variable definitions. Also tweaked how variables containing : are treated (they just work now vs. being truncated)
- When KAPE updates a module's output file to avoid overwriting an existing file, report the name of the new output file to the Console so its possible to know which input file corresponds to which output file
- Fix rare issue with module processing when standard out and standard error get written to concurrently
- Change redirecting StandardError to output file in modules to writing it to the Console. This prevents programs that mix normal output on StdErr from messing up output files
- Added 'Append' property (optional) to Module's processor section. If true, data is appended to the value for ExportFile. If append is false, a new, unique filename is generated to prevent files from being overwritten
- Standardize all timestamps used in log files, file names, etc. to correspond to same timestamp (when KAPE was executed) vs when files get created. this makes it easier to group related things together
- Added AWS S3 transfer support via --s3* switches
- Added Azure Storage transfer (SAS Uri) via --asu switch
- Updated gkape for newest features