OSForensics 3.1.1000

4.3 out of 5 stars 4.3 (18 votes)


Windows 7/Vista/XP / Freeware / 3,138 downloads

OSForensics will allow you to extract forensic data from computers, quicker and easier than ever. Uncover everything hidden inside a PC. Discover relevant forensic data faster with high performance file searches and indexing. Restore deleted files. Identify suspicious files and activity with hash matching, drive signature comparisons, and look into e-mails, memory, and binary data. Manage your digital investigation. Organize information and create reports about collected forensic data.

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  • Latest Changes

    - Only one instance of the e-mail viewer window is now available and shared amongst all modules. This allows e-mail messages to be opened instantly without having to reload the e-mail file if it was previously opened

    - Partially loaded e-mail files (ie. cancelled halfway during loading) are no longer allowed and removed from the tree view

    - Added support for recovering deleted and orphaned e-mails in PST files

    - Added status bar on the bottom of the window to indicate the number of items in the current folder

    - Fixed header field (From, To, Cc) text not showing when text length is too long

    - Fixed saving attachments with invalid filename characters

Reviews of OSForensics

  1. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 2.1.1000 (Aug 12, 2013)

    Pretty interesting. Has a serious learning curve attached to it. Don't expect to be a CSI right out of the gate. Compared to enCase, this has a nicer interface, and has the same challenge to learning where everything is, and how it all ties together. Haven't completed a full case in this one yet, but so far it's worked decently. Get it and try it. Certainly useful for any Information Assurance students.

    Also sets itself as transportable which is ridiculously useful. I'll give it a 5 because it all comes together well.

  2. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 2.0.1001 (Feb 4, 2013)

    Most interesting +

  3. 3 out of 5 stars
    some guy

    Reviewing 1.2.1003 (Oct 7, 2012)

    wholemkt9 go fu*** your self!

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