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Reports
Posted by Jack H. Ward, Last modified by Jack H. Ward on 26 January 2018 09:40 AM

A Report is a summary of the currently opened case whose contents are controlled by the examiner and can be printed, emailed, etc.

In the current version, the following types of reports are available:

  • HTML Investigative Report: This report includes any information defined by the user (evidence of different types, bookmarks, and supplementary files). Data is displayed in the HTML format without hyperlinks. This report can be used for printing.
  • Simple Text Report: This type of report includes the same information as the HTML Investigative Report displayed in a similar way, but in the  *.txt
  • Simple RTF Report: This type of report represents information in Rich Text Format and  can be opened in any text editor that supports formatted text.
  • CSV Text Report: This type of report represents information in a tab-delimited format and can be opened in Microsoft Excel.
  • HTML Evidence Summary Report: This report includes information on all evidence added to the case, information about the Investigator (optional), and supplementary external files. Data is displayed in HTML format.
  • HTML Email Message Report: This report includes information on email messages stored in the investigated mailstorage. Data is displayed in the HTML format.
  • Windows PE Files Malware Scan Report: This report includes information on all Windows portable executable files from a whole case that were scanned for signs of malware.
  • Mobile Evidence Timeline Report: This report contains timeline representation of mobile evidence data in the HTML format.
  • Mobile Evidence PDF Report: This type of report contains mobile evidence data in the PDF format.
  • Mobile Excel Spreadsheet Report: This report contains mobile evidence data in the XLSX format.
  • Mobile Data Review Report: This type of report includes detailed information on all mobile data logically acquired from Android and iOS devices. Information is represented in the HTML format with hyperlinks, providing a most convenient view of mobile case data.
A report for sorted data is generated more quickly than a report for unsorted data. It is strongly recommended that you sort data before generating a report.
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