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   name = ILook |
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   name = ILooKIX |
   maintainer = [[Internal Revenue Service|IRS-CI]] |
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   maintainer = [[XtremeForensics] |
 
   os = {{Windows}} |
 
   os = {{Windows}} |
 
   genre = {{Analysis}} |
 
   genre = {{Analysis}} |
  license = [http://www.ilook-forensics.org/iLookv8eula.html EULA] |
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   website = [http://xtremeforensics.com] |
   website = [http://perlustro.com/ perlustro.com] |
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'''ILook''' is an all-in-one [[computer forensics]] suite originally created by Elliot Spencer and currently maintained by the U.S. Department of Treasury [[Internal Revenue Service]] Criminal Investigation Division (IRS-CI) Electronic Crimes Program. It was made available at no cost to law enforcement agencies and US government agencies at the discretion of the IRS-CI, but is not available to the general public.
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The ILooKIX is a comprehensive suite of computer forensics tools used to acquire and analyze digital media.  Originally available only for law enforcement, with the application now being supported by XtremeForensics they have released ILooKIX v9 for commercial use in two versions, Standard and Advanced.
 
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Elliot Spencer publicly announced on May 9, 2008, via the ILook users Yahoo! group, the end of ILook.  Due to the end of federal funding for continued development, the currently released ILook 8.0.18 is the final version.  Spencers company, Perlustro, is developing a new commercial version of ILook, but no further updates of the free version will be forthcoming.  Currently licensed users will still be able to renew their licenses for the foreseeable future, but no new ILook licenses will be issued.
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The ILook Investigator © Forensic Software is a comprehensive suite of computer forensics tools used to acquire and analyze digital media.  ILook Investigator © products include the ILook v8 forensic application and the [[IXimager]] which are both designed to follow forensics best practices.
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ILook can support a wide variety of file systems, including [[FAT]] 12/16/32, [[NTFS]], [[NTFS Compressed]], [[HFS]], [[HFS+]], [[Ext2]], [[Ext3]], [[ReiserFS]] 1, 2, and 3, [[SysV-AFS]], [[SysV-EAFS]], [[SysV-HTFS]], [[NWFS]], [[NWFS Compressed]], [[VMWare Drive Mount Disk Drives]], [[Microsoft]] [[Virtual PC]] disks. It can also process CDs in [[CDFS]], [[ISO 9660]], [[ISO 9660]], and [[UDF]].
 
ILook can support a wide variety of file systems, including [[FAT]] 12/16/32, [[NTFS]], [[NTFS Compressed]], [[HFS]], [[HFS+]], [[Ext2]], [[Ext3]], [[ReiserFS]] 1, 2, and 3, [[SysV-AFS]], [[SysV-EAFS]], [[SysV-HTFS]], [[NWFS]], [[NWFS Compressed]], [[VMWare Drive Mount Disk Drives]], [[Microsoft]] [[Virtual PC]] disks. It can also process CDs in [[CDFS]], [[ISO 9660]], [[ISO 9660]], and [[UDF]].

Revision as of 08:01, 5 October 2017

{{Infobox_Software |

 name = ILooKIX |
 maintainer = [[XtremeForensics] |
 os =Windows |
 genre =Analysis |
 website = [1] |

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The ILooKIX is a comprehensive suite of computer forensics tools used to acquire and analyze digital media. Originally available only for law enforcement, with the application now being supported by XtremeForensics they have released ILooKIX v9 for commercial use in two versions, Standard and Advanced.

ILook can support a wide variety of file systems, including FAT 12/16/32, NTFS, NTFS Compressed, HFS, HFS+, Ext2, Ext3, ReiserFS 1, 2, and 3, SysV-AFS, SysV-EAFS, SysV-HTFS, NWFS, NWFS Compressed, VMWare Drive Mount Disk Drives, Microsoft Virtual PC disks. It can also process CDs in CDFS, ISO 9660, ISO 9660, and UDF.

Search Facilities

  • Lists allocated and unallocated files.
  • Sorts files by type (signature and extension).
  • Searches for keywords.
  • Works with compressed zip files.

Searching Abilities

  • Searches for keywords.
  • Builds an index.

Hash Databases

Hashes and compares using custom hash sets as well as the Hashkeeper hash database and NIST hash library using MD5 and FIPS 180-2 compliant algorithms (e.g. SHA-1).

External links