Tag Archives: Tool Evaluation

Intern Blog Series: About the Project

Thanksgiving break was filled with good food and quality family time. I was thankful to go home and see my family, and very thankful to see my dogs! With break over and over thirty hours of driving behind me, it’s time to really start on final projects and finish up my internship at the LCDI. […]

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Tool Evaluation: Autopsy Blog Update 2

Introduction Since our initial research phase, a lot of progress has been made on the tool evaluation project. Everyone within the Tool Evaluation team has their own Virtual Machine, also known as a VM, that their individual tool is on. A VM is software that can run an operating system and applications, acting like a […]

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EnCase 7.1 and FTK 5.5 Tool Evaluation Part 4

Data Generation In order to test and examine the new editions of EnCase and FTK, we need a hard drive with existing data to work with. We want to have something specific to look for when we analyze the drives later on, so we are conducting controlled data generation using computers built for this project […]

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EnCase 7.1 and FTK 5.5 Tool Evaluation Part 3

EnCase v7.10 Updates Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 R2 Support EnCase 7.10, EnCase Examiner, SAFE, and the servlet all support Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2. Systems running Windows 8.1 via the Evidence Processor (specifically the Windows Artifact parser) and BitLocker encryption are also supported now, and EnCase system requirements and recommended configurations are […]

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