OSForensics allows you to identify suspicious files and activity with hash matching, drive signature comparisons, e-mails, memory and binary data. It lets you extract forensic evidence from computers quickly with advanced file searching and indexing and enables this data to be managed effectively.
- Discover Forensic Evidence Faster
Find files faster, search by filename, size and time
Search within file contents using the Zoom search engine
Search through email archives from Outlook, ThunderBird, Mozilla and more
Recover and search deleted files
Uncover recent activity of website visits, downloads and logins
Collect detailed system information
Password recovery from web browsers, decryption of office documents
Discover and reveal hidden areas in your hard disk
Browse Volume Shadow copies to see past versions of files
- Identify Suspicious Files and Activity
Verify and match files with MD5, SHA-1 and SHA-256 hashes
Find misnamed files where the contents don’t match their extension
Create and compare drive signatures to identify differences
Timeline viewer provides a visual representation of system activity over time
File viewer that can display streams, hex, text, images and meta data
Email viewer that can display messages directly from the archive
Registry viewer to allow easy access to Windows registry hive files
File system browser for explorer-like navigation of supported file systems on physical drives, volumes and images
Raw disk viewer to navigate and search through the raw disk bytes on physical drives, volumes and images
Web browser to browse and capture online content for offline evidence management
ThumbCache viewer to browse the Windows thumbnail cache database for evidence of images/files that may have once been in the system
SQLite database browser to view the and analyze the contents of SQLite database files
ESEDB viewer to view and analyze the contents of ESE DB (.edb) database files, a common storage format used by various Microsoft applications
Prefetch viewer to identify the time and frequency of applications that been running on the system, and thus recorded by the O/S’s Prefetcher
Plist viewer to view the contents of Plist files commonly used by MacOS, OSX, and iOS to store settings
$UsnJrnl viewer to view the entries stored in the USN Journal which is used by NTFS to track changes to the volume
- Manage Your Digital Investigation
Case management enables you to aggregate and organize results and case items
HTML case reports provide a summary of all results and items you have associated with a case
Centralized management of storage devices for convenient access across all OSForensics’ functionality
Drive imaging for creating/restoring an exact copy of a storage device
Rebuild RAID arrays from individual disk images
Install OSForensics on a USB flash drive for more portability
Maintain a secure log of the exact activities carried out during the course of the investigation
How To Install?
- Install the program from the given setup.
- Don’t run the application yet and close from system tray or task manager if running.
- Extract the “Crack Fix.zip” to directory where you’ve installed the program. Replace all the files.
- Boom! Now you can use the program without any interruptions.
- That’s it, Enjoy now 😉
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