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The study of computer forensics examines the actions performed by and on a computer. Not only can this type of investigation reveal what was done on a computer, but also who was behind the keyboard. As investigators, we are often met by incredibly vast amounts of data, requiring effective methods of sorting by relevance, hashing values, performing keyword searches, and more. Advanced software is an indispensable tool for the purpose of extracting the most information accurately, and making sense of it all. Some of our computer forensic resources include:

FTK Forensic ToolKit

Developed by Access Data, FTK(Forensics Toolkit) is a court-accepted digital investigations software that is known for its speed, stability and ease of use. It delivers comprehensive processing and indexing up front, so filtering and searching is faster than with any other product. This allows us to pinpoint relative evidence quickly and dramatically increasing your analysis speed.


X-Ways Forensic

X-Ways is an advanced software that is used by computer forensic examiners. It conducts special features such as disk cloning and imaging, examining complete file structures inside raw image files and supports native FAT, NTFS, EXT2/3, CDFS, and UDFs file systems. X-Ways Forensics is based on the WinHex hex and disk editor and part of an efficient workflow model where computer forensic examiners are able to share data and collaborate with each other.

EnCase Forensic

Developed by Guidance Software, EnCase is digital investigation software that is used to conduct efficient, forensically sound data collection and investigations. This court-accepted software allows investigators to rapidly acquire data from the widest variety of devices, uncover potential evidence with disk-level forensic analysis, and produce comprehensive reports on findings, all while maintaining the integrity of the evidence in a format that is trusted by the courts.

Forensic Explorer

Forensic Explorer is a tool for the analysis of electronic evidence. Primary users of this software are law enforcement, corporate investigations agencies and law firms. Forensic Explorer has the features you expect from the very latest in forensic software, and much more.