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=Safeback=
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{{Infobox_Software |
 
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NIT and Armor Forensics make a collection of tool suites like: Safeback, Stealth Suite, Computer Incident Response Suite, TextSearch Suite. These are bundles with subsets from a collection of about twenty tools.
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  maintainer = [[Armor Forensics]] |
 
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  os = {{Windows}}? |
[http://www.forensics-intl.com/safeback.html Website]
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  genre = {{Disk imaging}} |
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  license = {{Commercial}} |
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  website = [http://www.forensics-intl.com/safeback.html forensics-intl.com/safeback.html] |
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'''Safeback''' is a forensic tool suite distributed by [[Armor Forensics]].
  
 
=Features=
 
=Features=
  
 
==File Systems Understood==
 
==File Systems Understood==
 
 
* "Compression of relevant computer data was also not used in the original design to avoid legal arguments concerning software translation of evidence."
 
  
 
==File Search Facilities==
 
==File Search Facilities==
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* Lists allocated and unallocated files.
 
* Lists allocated and unallocated files.
 
* Sorts files by type.
 
* Sorts files by type.
* Searches for keywords.  
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* Searches for keywords.
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==Historical Reconstruction==
 
==Historical Reconstruction==
  
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* Can use basic keyword searching.
 
* Can use basic keyword searching.
 
* Offers full-text indexing.
 
* Offers full-text indexing.
* If you're interested in the Internet history, one tool, GetHTML, assembles HTML from data. Also NTAStealth is a program that peruses this history.
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* If you're interested in the Internet history, one tool, [[GetHTML]], assembles HTML from data. Also [[NTAStealth]] is a program that peruses this history.
  
 
==Hash Databases==
 
==Hash Databases==
 
  
 
==Evidence Collection Features==
 
==Evidence Collection Features==
  
* A tool called NTI Secure Toolkit will encrypt files and build self-extracting packages that just require the right password.
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* A tool called [[NTI Secure Toolkit]] will encrypt files and build self-extracting packages that just require the right password.
  
 
=History=
 
=History=
 
 
  
 
==License Notes==
 
==License Notes==
"This suite of computer forensic software tools is made available, free of charge, to law enforcement computer specialists" Other parts of the website hint at large discounts or site licenses. No prices are quoted publicly.  
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* "''This suite of computer forensic software tools is made available, free of charge, to law enforcement computer specialists''". Other parts of the website hint at large discounts or site licenses. No prices are quoted publicly.
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= External Links =
 
= External Links =
 
[http://www.forensics-intl.com/safeback.html Website}
 
  
 
==External Reviews==
 
==External Reviews==

Latest revision as of 11:45, 19 December 2008

Safeback
Maintainer: Armor Forensics
OS: Windows?
Genre: Disk imaging
License: Commercial
Website: forensics-intl.com/safeback.html

Safeback is a forensic tool suite distributed by Armor Forensics.

Features

File Systems Understood

File Search Facilities

  • Lists allocated and unallocated files.
  • Sorts files by type.
  • Searches for keywords.

Historical Reconstruction

Can it build timelines and search by creation date?

Searching Abilities

  • Can use basic keyword searching.
  • Offers full-text indexing.
  • If you're interested in the Internet history, one tool, GetHTML, assembles HTML from data. Also NTAStealth is a program that peruses this history.

Hash Databases

Evidence Collection Features

  • A tool called NTI Secure Toolkit will encrypt files and build self-extracting packages that just require the right password.

History

License Notes

  • "This suite of computer forensic software tools is made available, free of charge, to law enforcement computer specialists". Other parts of the website hint at large discounts or site licenses. No prices are quoted publicly.

External Links

External Reviews