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Kent, UK – 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 systems and mobile […]

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Introduction We are pleased to announce the release of NetAnalysis® v2. This new version 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 systems and mobile devices. The NetAnalysis® suite also includes HstEx® v4, an advanced data recovery solution designed to recover deleted browser artefacts […]

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Introduction HstEx® v4 is an advanced, Windows-based, multi-threaded, forensic data recovery solution which has been designed to recover deleted browser history and cache data from a variety of source forensic evidence files as well as physical and logical devices. Specifically designed to work in conjunction with NetAnalysis® (and is provided as part of the suite), […]

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Introduction to Blade® v1.9 We are pleased to announce the release of Blade v1.9.   This release of Blade® brings a number of fixes and some great new features.  This is the first release of Blade® to have evaluation capabilities which allow the user to test and evaluate our software for 30  days. When Blade™ is installed […]

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Introduction A frequent question when dealing with browser forensics is ‘Does the Hit Count value mean that the user visited site ‘x’, on ‘y’ occasions?’ Most browsers record a ‘Hit Count’ value in one or more of the files they use to track browser activity, and it is important that an analyst understands any potential […]

Front page of the Digital Detective NetAnalysis® v1.5 user manual

We are pleased to announce the release of the updated user manual for NetAnalysis v1.53.  It can be downloaded from here: NetAnalysis v1.53 User Manual

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Introduction to NetAnalysis® v1.53 This is an important release of NetAnalysis® which fixes a number of issues in relation to the changes implemented in the latest browsers. All of the main browsers, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari and Opera, have either made changes to their file formats or added additional new features.  […]

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Introduction We are pleased to announce the release of HstEx® v3.7. One of the major changes in this release is the fix to the speed drop issue when a large number of records are found. In v3.6, when a considerable number of records were identified during the search phase (pass one), the software would gradually […]

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Introduction Over the past few weeks, there has been worldwide interest in the trial of Casey Anthony which was held in Orlando, Florida.  Anthony was indicted on charges of murder following the discovery of the body of her daughter Caylee Marie Anthony in 2008.  On Tuesday 5th July 2011, the jury returned a not guilty verdict […]

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Introduction Safari is a web browser developed by Apple and is included as part of the Apple Macintosh OS X operating system.  It has been the default browser on all Apple computers since Mac OS X version 10.3 Panther and its first public release was in 2003.  Safari is currently at major version 5 released […]