Introduction This version of NetAnalysis® introduces support for a number of new browsers as well as adding support for Chromium Simple Cache format used by a number of the mobile browsers. We have also added support for Microsoft Internet Explorer and Edge Recovery Store, Tab Session, Travel Log, Roaming Tab Sessions and the detection of […]
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Introduction This version of Blade adds Intelli-Carve® support for the recovery of Portable Network Graphics (PNG) image files. It also fixes an issue where Blade® would not run if the licence was purchased over 12 months prior to the release date. For a full list of the changes made in this version, please see Change […]
Introduction This release of NetAnalysis® brings support for some new browsers and new artefacts as well as adding support for the modified cache format in Mozilla Firefox. We have also added support for the new versions of the Microsoft Edge download object. New Browser Support We have added support for the following browsers: 360 Security […]
Introduction This release brings support for Google Chrome’s History Provider Cache and Network Action Predictors, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Edge Typed URLs and Bookmarking across the various supported Browsers. History Provider Cache The History Provider Cache is a binary file which contains the data used by Google’s HistoryQuickProvider (HQP). The HQP serves up autocomplete candidates […]
Introduction This version of Blade adds Intelli-Carve® support for the recovery of Zip Archive based files and OLE2 compound based files. It includes a stand-alone version of our DataDumper tool for extracting data sub-sets and an updated Jump List deconstructor. For a list of the changes made in this version, please see Change Log v1.12. […]
We are pleased to announce the next major release for NetAnalysis® and HstEx® has just been published. For an overview of the new features we are shipping inside NetAnalysis® v2.2 and HstEx® v4.2, please take a moment to review our release notes and change log: NetAnalysis® v2.2 Change Log HstEx® v4.2 Change Log NetAnalysis® v2.2 This […]
We are pleased to announce the next major release for NetAnalysis® and HstEx® has just been published. For an overview of the new features we are shipping inside NetAnalysis® v2.1 and HstEx® v4.1, please take a moment to review our release notes: NetAnalysis® v2.1 Release Notes HstEx® v4.1 Release Notes Here is an example of some […]
We are pleased to announce the release of Blade® v1.11. This release of Blade® brings some new features and a performance enhancement. The following is a brief summary of the new features: Upgraded the extraction engine for performance increase Maximum file recovery size increased from 400 MiB to 8 GiB Added 3 new recovery profiles Fixed […]
We are pleased to announce the release of Blade® v1.10. This release of Blade® was unfortunately delayed during the development of NetAnalysis® v2 and HstEx® v4. We have been working hard over the past few months and are pleased to announce the release of Blade® v1.10. This release fixes a number of outstanding issues and […]
Discovery Park, Sandwich, Kent – 15th September 2014 Digital Detective Group Ltd., a provider of leading digital forensic software, announced today the release of their new ground breaking software NetAnalysis® v2. NetAnalysis® v2 is a state-of-the-art application for the extraction, analysis and presentation of forensic evidence relating to Internet browser and user activity on computer […]
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RT @StirlingPol Just to be clear, 'I was looking for a Pokestop' is not an acceptable reason for being on the roof of a shop with a crowbar at 2am!