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''AccessData'' offers computer forensics software and training. Their flagship product is [[Forensic Toolkit]], but they offer several others including:
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* [[FTK Imager]] - a free imager available as a program that is installed, and a "lite" version that can run without installation.
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* [[PRTK|Password Recovery Toolkit]], a workstation-level password cracking application.
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* [[DNA|Distributed Network Attack]], their distributed cryptographic brute force cracking network.
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* [[FTK Mobile Phone Examiner]], a cellular phone evidence collection tool.
  
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== Trivia ==
  
=Features=
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In 2006, a team from AccessData won the [[DC3 Digital Forensics Challenge]].
  
==File Systems Understood==
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== External Links ==  
  
==File Search Facilities==
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[http://www.accessdata.com/ Official Website]
  
==Historical Reconstruction==
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[[Category:Vendors]]
 
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Can it build timelines and search by creation date?
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==Searching Abilities==
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Can it search? Does it build an index? Can it focus on file types or particular kinds of metadata?
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==Hash Databases==
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Can it create hashes of files and/or blocks? Can it compare these hash values to any databases?
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What sort of hash functions does it use?
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==Evidence Collection Features==
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Can it sign files? Does it keep an audit log?
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=History=
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Originally written in (YEAR), it has now developed into a Forensic Edition and an Enterprise Edition.
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==License Notes==
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Is it commercial or open source? Are there other licensing options?
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= External Links =
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EnCase Homepage - http://www.guidancesoftware.com/lawenforcement/ef_index.asp
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==External Reviews==
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Latest revision as of 23:19, 24 November 2009

AccessData offers computer forensics software and training. Their flagship product is Forensic Toolkit, but they offer several others including:

Trivia

In 2006, a team from AccessData won the DC3 Digital Forensics Challenge.

External Links

Official Website