Forensic boost for Belkasoft Evidence Center

Belkasoft has announced a major update to Evidence Center, the company’s flagship digital forensic solution. The new release brings a revamped user interface, improved search and enhanced analytics.

A major addition to Evidence Center 7.5 is the ability to directly access encrypted iTunes backups whether or not the password is known. Unknown passwords can be attacked directly by using the new Decryption module.

Other changes include the updated Photo Forgery Detection, EML and MSG email analysis and Google Maps clustering support. 

“Evidence Center 7.5 delivers better usage experience with new user interface and more features”, says Yuri Gubanov, Belkasoft CEO. 

“The integrated iTunes decryption, support for additional email formats, the all-new photo forgery detection module and tons of smaller improvements and enhancements all contribute to a better, smoother usage experience”.

Prior to version 7.5, Evidence Center could only process unencrypted iTunes backups. In this release, Evidence Center gains the ability to automatically decrypt iTunes backups using a known password. If the password is unknown, the new Decryption module is available to attack and recover the password.

The Forgery Detection Plugin automatically discovers altered, forged and tampered photos among the thousands of files available on the suspect’s computer. In this release, the Photo Forgery Detection plugin received a major overhaul with new types of analysis and better reporting. 

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