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'''Welcome to ''Forensics Wiki''!'''
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Again, welcome and have fun! [[User:.FUF|.FUF]] 12:45, 10 October 2010 (PDT)
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[[Category:Articles that need a neutral point of view]]
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Comparison review of Data copy king and Ninja
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The comparison table will help the potential customer to compare and make a choice with one single sight between Data copy king and Ninja duplicator.
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Data copy king Ninja
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Review results
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General
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Picture
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Time to market 2010 N/A
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Price 1,998USD 1,590 USD
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Drive connectivity  One to one One to one
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Potable design  Stand-alone/potable Option
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Drive capacity supported TB-level hard drives( up to 131072TB) Mostly target to small capacity hard drives
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Drive supported IDE/SATA
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RAID/external hard drive / SSD / flash storage media (USB, SD, CF, memory stick etc) with optional adaptor IDE/SATA
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Duplication functions
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Coping rate 6.0GB/min 4GB/min
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Test, wipe repair functions
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Erasing transfer rate 6.6GB/min 2-5 GB/min
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Data wiping Yes ⑧
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Optional(charge $700 to forensic version with hdd test)
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HDD test Yes Optional (charge $400 to ninja kaze together with data wiping)
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Test without altering HDD data Yes No
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Control the imaging process ⑤
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Yes
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Yes
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Data recovery functions
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Bad sector repair ①
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Yes No
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Clicking noises handling ②
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Yes
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No
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Physical read-only Yes Yes
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Forensic functions
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Access to HPA and doc hidden area Yes Yes
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Smart drive reset/reboot  ④
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Yes
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N/A⑨
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Backdoor design ⑩
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No N/A
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verification CRC32 /SHA-256 CRC
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Data erasing standard Yes with DoD--5220.22-M/PRC-- BMB21-2007⑥
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No
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DD image Available in upgrade No
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MD5 hash calculation Available in upgrade No
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Log auto generation Yes Yes
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Log export and print Yes No
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Others
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Touch Screen User Interface Yes Yes
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User authority⑦
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three-level password No
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Language English (Customized to other languages) Only English
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Upgradable free lifelong software upgrade No
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Technique support Free lifelong support Limited free support
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Warranty One year with 3 year optional N/A
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NOTE: Words in green refers to the distinguishing features of DCK
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① Traditional disk imaging tools and methods are designed to deal with intact hard drives, not the unstable ones with bad sectors that are your stock-in-trade. Bad sector handling is capable of the patient Drives with stop responding, disks degrade or fail under intensive reading, valuable files remain locked in bad sectors.
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② Hard drive suffered clicking noises, only if the patient drive is still recognized in the bios, Data copy king is able to clone 300% more data than other data image tools from the patient drive
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③ Data loss due to accidental deletion, accidental format, file corruption, software bugs, file system corruption, viruses, etc
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④ Automatically resets/reboots drives that become unresponsive to continue imaging process
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⑤ Stop or continue the imaging process as you need
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⑥ DOD—Department of Defense
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PRC--the People's Republic of China
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⑦ Three-level user password setting to secure the confidential data
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⑧ YES – available
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⑨ N/A—NOT Available
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⑩ A backdoor in a computer system (or cryptosystem or algorithm) is a method of bypassing normal authentication, securing remote access to a computer, obtaining access to plaintext, and so on, while attempting to remain undetected. The backdoor may take the form of an installed program (e.g., Back Orifice), or could be a modification to an existing program or hardware device.
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Info provided in the review comes from following two websites:
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SalvationDATA Technology          http://www.salvationdata.com/data-recovery-equipment/data-copy-king.htm
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Ninja                           
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http://www.hdd.ji2.com/products/ninja.html
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Latest revision as of 15:45, 10 October 2010

Welcome to Forensics Wiki! We hope you will contribute much and well. You will probably want to read the help pages. Again, welcome and have fun! .FUF 12:45, 10 October 2010 (PDT)