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* [[First Responder's Evidence Disk]] - An [[incident response]] tool written by [[Jesse Kornblum]].
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KnTTools, developed by [[GMG Systems Inc.]] is a suite of command-line tools designed for [[Windows]] [[Tools:Memory Imaging|memory acquisition]] and [[Windows Memory Analysis|memory analysis]]. One of the components of KnTTools, [[KnTList]], was used in the 2005 [[Digital Forensic Research Workshop|DFRWS]] Memory Analysis Challenge. Another tool, [[Kntdd]], can be used to image physical memory.
* [[Forensic Recovery of Evidence Device]] - A computer designed for forensic analysis made by [[Digital Intelligence]].
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There are two versions of the suite, Basic and Enterprise editions.
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The programs are sold with a separate End User License Agreement (EULA) for each program.
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== External Links ==
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* [http://www.gmgsystemsinc.com/knttools/ Official website]
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* [http://www.gmgsystemsinc.com/knttools/KnTTools_NI_END_USER_LICENSE_AGREEMENT.txt KnTTools EULA]
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* [http://www.gmgsystemsinc.com/knttools/KnTList_NI_END_USER_LICENSE_AGREEMENT.txt KnTList EULA]

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KnTTools, developed by GMG Systems Inc. is a suite of command-line tools designed for Windows memory acquisition and memory analysis. One of the components of KnTTools, KnTList, was used in the 2005 DFRWS Memory Analysis Challenge. Another tool, Kntdd, can be used to image physical memory.

There are two versions of the suite, Basic and Enterprise editions.

The programs are sold with a separate End User License Agreement (EULA) for each program.

External Links