A wider range of email repositories are now examined as part of enhancing artifacts support. Local as well as web based email storage analysis scope is extended with the addition of eM Client, Zoho, Kerio Connect, & more.
Geographical location of artifacts is demonstrated in map representation. The platform offers provision for illustration of locational information related to email server hop along with that of an image based media via map.
All case related progress or evidence can be shared by the custodians over web / on cloud with fellow investigators for review purpose. This can be accomplished via Shared Location, Mail Settings, or over Cloud.
The technology for disk image content analysis has enhanced. The application reads email repositories of all supported file types, image based media, document files ranging from text, document, etc., and listing of all files including system files.
Reporting feature of the tool has now been made smarter to preview and export the reports of case, keywords, tags, bookmark etc. It is now possible to export the senders report, recipients report, domain wise report, domain wise senders report, domain wise recipients report in HTML, PDF & CSV file formats. Learn More →
Now the tool has the provision to preview and analyze the calendars of Outlook PST files, OST files, Exchange EDB mailboxes, and Lotus Notes NSF files. You can examine the meetings and appointments of the suspected user for further investigation.
We have now introduced dongle based licensing to make it easier for the investigators to run the full version of the software on multiple machines. Users only need to plugin the software attuned dongle provided to them while purchasing the tool on a machine having demo version & it will get activated as full version. Learn More →
The software is equipped with Dashboard View feature that provides feature that provides visual representation visual representation of the mailbox data being scanned. The Pie Chart and Bar Graph enable users to analyze the data from various angles. Learn More →