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Nuix Desktop is the main product provided by [[Nuix|Nuix Pty Ltd]]. It is capable of processing many different forensic image formats including EnCase, AccessData and raw dd images.
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Nuix Desktop is the main product provided by [[Nuix Pty Ltd|Nuix]], however there is also a "light weight" version called [[Proof Finder]]. Both capable of processing many different formats including:
  
Processing the data produces a full text index that can be quickly searched. It has the ability to extract out several types of "named entities" including email addresses, IP addresses, references to companies and currencies. It also provides a network graph to see the communications detected inside the data.
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* EnCase, AccessData and raw dd images.
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* HFS+, HFSX, ext2/3/4, NTFS, FAT16/32
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* Cellebrite and XRY images
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== Features ==
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* NTFS deleted file recovery and file carving support for all supported file systems.
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* Processing the data produces a full text index that can be quickly searched.  
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* The ability to extract out several types of "named entities" including email addresses, IP addresses, references to companies and currencies.  
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* It also provides a network graph to see the communications detected inside the data.
  
There is also a "light weight" version of Nuix Desktop called [[Proof Finder]].
 
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
 
* [http://www.nuix.com/ Official website]
 
* [http://www.nuix.com/ Official website]

Latest revision as of 22:09, 17 April 2013

Nuix Desktop
Maintainer: Nuix
OS: Windows
Genre: Analysis
License: Commercial
Website: www.nuix.com/Products

Nuix Desktop is the main product provided by Nuix, however there is also a "light weight" version called Proof Finder. Both capable of processing many different formats including:

  • EnCase, AccessData and raw dd images.
  • HFS+, HFSX, ext2/3/4, NTFS, FAT16/32
  • Cellebrite and XRY images


Features

  • NTFS deleted file recovery and file carving support for all supported file systems.
  • Processing the data produces a full text index that can be quickly searched.
  • The ability to extract out several types of "named entities" including email addresses, IP addresses, references to companies and currencies.
  • It also provides a network graph to see the communications detected inside the data.


External Links