Monthly Archives: November 2015

BelkaScript: How to Get Most out of Digital Forensic Software

Digital investigator nowadays has access to a wide array of solid forensic tools. Some of them offer mobile forensics only, some help with computer or laptop analysis, some – like Belkasoft Evidence Center – support all types of devices, but the task flow and product logic is more or less fixed in every product. If an investigator faces an unusual task, it is hard to solve it within the workflow offered by a product. And unusual tasks are not that rare – we hear about them very often, just take a glance at various forensic forums.

In this article, we will discuss some real life stories that involved cases hard to solve with the standard workflow in Belkasoft Evidence Center:

  • Good Employee, Bad Employee
  • Bar Fight
  • Digging Deep Inside Photos

However, it became possible with BelkaScript, a free built-in scripting module that allows users to write custom scripts to extend Evidence Center capabilities. Scripts can be used to automate some of the routine (for example, reporting or bonding together two operations) or to extend product’s functionality for a specific situation. But it most certainly does not end there as we will now show on real-life examples.

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New Article: The Future of Mobile Forensics – November 2015 Follow-Up

Mobile forensics is a moving target. In our recent article, “The Future of Mobile Forensics”, we described acquisition techniques that used to be state-of-the art back then. Weeks later, some things had changed already. Three months after the publication a lot of things have changed. Our publication was published on Forensic Focus and discussed in online forums, with readers pointing to certain inaccuracies in our article. In this follow-up, we will use up-to-date information to address the issues of concern in the original article.

The paper covers the recent changes and trends in the field of mobile forensics, as well as adds some adjustments and new material to complement the ideas that we expressed earlier.

Read full article here: http://belkasoft.com/future-of-mobile-forensics-follow-up-nov-2015.