With a strong commitment to helping law enforcement, military, government, and corporate organizations recover data from a broad range of Internet-related communications, Magnet Forensics (formerly JADsoftware) has unveiled v5.8 of its INTERNET EVIDENCE FINDER™ (IEF).
New features include:
- Dropbox decryption. Decrypt the Dropbox database to view a full list of details including file names, dates/times, file sizes, and more.
- Web Video Recovery. Recover fragments and frames from Web video chats that occurred on sites like Chatroulette, Camstumble, ChatForFree, iCU2, YapChat, Shockrooms, and more.
- Google Maps Tiles & Geo-Location Visualization. View recovered tiles and carved tile coordinates, along with surrounding tiles that are downloaded to provide the bigger picture.
- Support for NewsGroup Messages (yEncoded File Support). Decode and rebuild yEncoded files exchanged in newsgroups (USENET) like Xnews, NewzToolz-EZ, Binreader, GrabIt, Newsbin, Forte Agent, and more.
- New Artifact Support Added. IEF is now able to recover Pidgin, Paltalk, Chatroulette, and Omegle chat; Facebook photos; and text translated by Google Translate
IEF software mainstays include:
- Single Search for 160+ Internet Artifacts
- Search in 3 Easy Steps for Fast Results
- Web Page Rebuilding
- Mobile Backup Support
- Rich & Comprehensive Reporting
For more information, visit www.magnetforensics.com.