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Searching in Internet Browser Data
Posted by Jack H. Ward, Last modified by Jack H. Ward on 08 February 2018 04:00 AM

Electronic Evidence Examiner allows you to perform searches in the Internet Browser data added as evidence to the case.

To search for text data, it is recommended that you use a keyword search. Keyword searches are performed much faster than regular searches. Please note that keywords in your evidence should be indexed before you perform a keyword search.

 To perform searching, do the following:

1. Add evidence to a new or existing case.

2 .In the Case Content pane (to the left), navigate to the Internet Browser Data file where you want to search for data.
3. Right-click and select Advanced Search, or click Advanced Search on the Analysis tab in the Search group.
4. The Search pane opens (to the right).



5. Enter the Search Parameters. The following group of parameters are available:

  • Common parameters: These parameters include general information about what is to be searched.
  • Internet Browser Data parameters: These parameters define where data is to be searched.
6. Click Start.
7. The search starts. Its status is displayed in the Tasks pane and it can be stopped, paused, and started from there (through the right-click menu or using Stop, Pause, or Start/Resume buttons).
8. The search results are displayed at the bottom part of the Search pane.
9. Double-click the search result to open it in the Data View pane.


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