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Introduction to NetAnalysis® v1.52 Digital Detective is pleased to announce the release of NetAnalysis® v1.52 (and HstEx v3.6).  The release of this version has been eagerly awaited, so we are glad to say the wait is finally over. NetAnalysis® v1.52 adds a number of new features and fixes some minor bugs.  Some of the major new features released […]

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Introduction Some of you will have noticed that from NetAnalysis® v1.50 there have been numerous new date and time columns added. These new timestamps were identified during months of research and development and are now included with the latest release. The image below shows some of the new fields from Internet Explorer. This article will […]

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Introduction The Internet Explorer disk cache is a storage folder for temporary Internet files that are written to the hard disk when a user views page from the Internet.Internet Explorer uses a persistent cache and therefore has to download all of the content of a page (such as graphics, sound files or video) before it […]

Introduction Microsoft Internet Explorer maintains a number of INDEX.DAT files to record visits to web sites as well as to maintain cache and cookie data.  In this article, we will look at the Daily and Weekly files. Daily INDEX.DAT Entries The Daily INDEX.DAT file maintains a Daily record of visited pages.  This INDEX.DAT file has an unusual HOST record […]

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Introduction to Time Zone Identification In a digital forensic examination, establishing which Time Zone the system had been set to should one of the first examination tasks.  If this information is not established at an early stage and taken into account, the validity of Date/Time evidence may be brought into question.  Not only is this […]