Tags and Privileged Files ‐ MailXaminer

MailXaminer | February 8th, 2018 | Forensics

Keeping all security measures intact, there is still room for some gaps that lead to inevitable crimes, which happen with malicious intents and deliberately harmful motives, which are difficult to fathom prior to the incident, but innovations and advancements in forensic science, especially in cyber technology, has eventually made the tracking of those cyber criminals simpler. With a robust and dynamic software solution such as digital forensic analysis tool, one can rest assured that the investigations would take place minutely and with a handle of precision. Using this useful tool, forensic investigators can unveil the actual truth through efficient crime detection techniques and brought it to surface with the help of technology.


This unique video of MailXaminer tool talks about a very powerful tagging feature of privileged files, which contain factual clues about any of the suspicious activities that relate to a particular crime being investigated. These tags thus help the investigator in tagging, managing such files, and marking such files as privileged to be used later for evidence production.

Tagging is a pretty common feature of most e-discovery forensic analysis tools, which is believed to be a particularly helpful tool for cyber investigators. These active tags can play a significant role as these can be used to filter a large number of emails that are being examined, and we can easily create separate sets of emails based on priority for investigation using this digital forensic investigation tool. For organizing the files based on priority, this Digital forensic software enables creating tags for file items in an open case and can create an empty parent tag in which subtext can be nested for marking groups. The tool gives an option to experts to save and or remove these tags based on the requirement of the case they are investigating upon.