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Nov
2
E3 Aurora Edition Released!
Posted by Jack H. Ward on 02 November 2016 11:27 AM

 

Paraben’s Electronic Evidence Examiner
E3:UNIVERSAL
Aurora Edition 1.0
RELEASE NOTES

Feature Highlights

Auto-Exam
Multi-Core
Malware Detection
Kick Ass Reports

Auto-Exam

Multi-Core

Searching

Kick-Ass Reports

 

E3:Universal has broken the boundaries of digital evidence with its ability to process any type of digital data. E3:U truly masters the three sides of the digital triangle with file system/hard drive data, smartphone/mobile data, and the new emerging IoT data. For any lab or organization, the ability to have one unified interface and control over process is key for efficiency and consistency.

Auto-Exam

Set it and walk away. We all have many tasks that we do with each exam and having to do those tasks and watch the screen while it processes can be tedious. With E3:U Auto-Exam you can set the functions you need done and automate the processing of your evidence. You don’t have to wait for each step in the processing, just set them all and walk away.

Multi-Core

Machine power can truly be utilized with E3:U and its ability to thread all parts of the examination process. While waiting for a hard drive image to process, you can immediately start working on a smartphone acquisition. None of your time is wasted and none of the power of your machine is wasted.

Searching

E3:U has a massive amount of search options. We allow ultimate flexibility with parameters that are very adjustable. We have a unique parameter set for almost every type of evidence.

Kick-Ass Reports

Reporting can be one of the most crucial parts of any tool because it is the end product that is given as a representation of all your hard examination work. With that in mind, E3:U has incorporated new kick-ass customizable reports that allow for easy navigation by another party through your digital report.

Detailed information you can find here.

 


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Oct
5
DS 7.6 is now available!
Posted by Jack H. Ward on 05 October 2016 01:39 PM

What’s new in DS 7.6!

New Functionality:

  • The new Android Samsung Bootloader Physical plug-in has been added for physical acquisition of Samsung devices running Android and flashed using the Odin protocol.

New Device Support:

  • Support of logical acquisition of devices with iOS 10 has been added.
  • Support of Android Marshmallow OS has been added.
  • Drivers for BLU Studio C Super Camera device drivers have been added to the Driver Pack.

Solved Issues and Improvements:

  • Import of non-encrypted backups for iOS 10 has been added.
  • Possible problems with Address Book Images data representation for the iPhone logical plug-in have been solved.
  • Possible problems with parsing Tinder data for iOS have been solved.
  • New versions of the following applications are now supported on iOS:
  • Jott o LinkedIn o Yik Yak
  • Overall stability has been improved.

Detailed information you can find here.


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Jun
6
DS 7.5 is now available!
Posted by Jack H. Ward on 06 June 2016 02:35 PM

What’s new in DS 7.5!

New Functionality:

  • The acquisition of Android backup data during logical acquisition of Android devices has been added. Now you can acquire a part of file system of devices running Android OS 4.0 and higher from automatically created Android backup file in case the full logical acquisition of the device cannot be performed.

New App Support:

  • Parsing of Tinder and Snapchat application data for Android devices has been added.
  • Parsing of Tinder, Yik Yak, application data for iOS devices has been added.

New Support for Drone Data:

  • DJI Go Drone App supported for iOS devices.

New Device Support:

  • Support of logical acquisition of devices with iOS 9.3.2 has been added.
  • Support of physical acquisition of devices with Tizen OS 2.4 has been added.

Solved Issues and Improvements:

  • Speed of acquisition of Android and iOS devices has been improved. Now the acquisition of Android devices is performed up to three times faster and the acquisitions of jailbroken iOS devices is performed up to eleven times faster.
  • Parsing of Safari browser data for iOS has been improved. Now the Safari suspended state data also includes information on private mode tabs.
  • Possible problems with generation of PDF Investigative, HTML Investigative, and HTML Timeline reports have been solved.
  • The performance of search has been improved.
  • The work with navigation in search results has been improved.
  • Overall stability has been improved.

Detailed information you can find here.


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Mar
1
DS 7.4 is now available!
Posted by Jack H. Ward on 01 March 2016 01:06 PM

What’s new in DS 7.4!

New Functionality:

  • New extraction of authentication data for cloud-based services, such as: Facebook (Android OS), Gmail (Android OS), Google Drive (Android OS), Encrypted iOS 7.x–9.x backups.
  • New Import of Data from cloud-based services has been added, such as: Facebook, Gmail, Google Drive, Google Locations.
  • New digital signature option has been added to reports in Microsoft Excel format to guarantee report integrity has been added.
  • New Custom Acquisition options for selected acquisitions of only portions of data.

New App Support:

  • Parsing of Google Maps application data for Android OS devices has been added.

New Device Support:                                                             

  • Support of logical acquisition of devices with iOS 9.1 has been added.

Solved Issues and Improvements:

  • Speed of acquisition has been improved. Now the acquisition of Android and iOS devices is performed up to two times faster. Speed of acquisition of other devices has also been improved.
  • Possible problems with the acquisition of rooted Android OS devices have been fixed.
  • Possible problems with detection of Palm Pre devices on Windows 8 and higher OS have been fixed.

Possible problems with compatibility of Android device dump files acquired via DS with other forensic tools have been fixed.

 

Detailed information you can find here.


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Dec
29
P2C 4.4 is now available!
Posted by Jack H. Ward on 29 December 2015 04:47 PM

What’s New in P2C v.4.4!

  • P2C can be run without full administrator’s rights

  • Outlook 2016 PST databases are now supported.

  • Interface usability and accessibility with hotkeys have been improved.

  • Parsing NTFS folders has been improved.

  • Possible problems with file sorting in unallocated space have been fixed.

  • Possible problems with mounting RAW images have been fixed.

  • Possible problems with Data Triage parsing of email databases have been fixed.

  • Possible problems with content analysis in various types of evidence have been fixed.

  • Minor interface and performance improvements have been made

Detailed information you can find here.


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