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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]]
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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.
  
=Overview=
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== Trivia ==
  
A "Palm" is a commonly referred to as a small-scale (hand-held) computer that runs Palm's PalmOS software.
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In 2006, a team from AccessData won the [[DC3 Digital Forensics Challenge]].  
  
== History ==
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== External Links ==  
  
Palm Computing was founded by Jeff Hawkins, Donna Dubinsky and Ed Colligan. The original purpose of the company was to create handwriting recognition software for other devices (Graffiti).  The initial idea for the devices came from Hawkins' habit of carrying a block of wood in his pocket.
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[http://www.accessdata.com/ Official Website]
  
The initial Palm device released in 1996 was called the Pilot.  Because Pilot Pen Corporation brought forth a trademark infrigement case, the second generation device released in 1997 was named the PalmPilot. 
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The Palm was not the original PDA device released, but benefited from the failure of Apple's Newton. 
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The Palm OS initially featured personal information management (PIM) tools such as Calendar, Contacts, Memo Pad, Expense and Tasks. 
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Presently, version 6.0 of the Palm OS is under development (Cobalt).  Cobalt features a Linux-based kernel.  There are presently no devices released using Palm OS 6.
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=Features=
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<table>
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<td>Address Book</td>
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<td>Calculator</td>
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<td>Datebook</td>
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<td>Expenses</td>
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<td>HotSync</td>
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<td>Memo Pad</td>
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<td>Note Pad</td>
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<td>To Do List</td>
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<td>Palm Photos</td>
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<td>Third Party Applications</td>
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</table>
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=Palm Variants=
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-Version 3.1, 3.3, 3.5
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Added support for color, multiple expansion ports, new processors, etc.
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-Version 4.0
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Added a standard interface for external FS access
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-Version 5.0
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First version to support Acorn Risc Machine (ARM) devices. Later versions which included OS 4.1.2 and 5.2, featured Graffiti 2. It began the separation of Palm OS and Palm One.
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-Version 6
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Allowed ARM applications with multimedia support.
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==Palm Pilot==
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==Sony Cli&Egrave;==
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==Handspring Visor==
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==Treo==
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References:
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http://www.answers.com/topic/palm-os
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Revision as of 09:41, 4 September 2008

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