Meet Magnet Forensics’ Training Team: Chris Blight

Introducing one of our newest Magnet Forensics Trainers, Chris Blight. Chris comes to us from an extensive background in UK law enforcement and, as a trainer, enjoys passing on knowledge to others. Check out our interview with him below! Want to learn more about what courses are offered? Visit our Training & Certification page for more information. … Continued

Meet Magnet Forensics’ Training Team: Jerry Hewitt

Introducing one of our newest Magnet Forensics Trainers, Jerry Hewitt. Jerry comes to us from an extensive background in UK law enforcement and, as a trainer, loves learning from his students. Check out our interview with him below! Want to learn more about what courses are offered? Visit our Training & Certification page for more information. MF: … Continued

Explore Magnet Forensics Training from Home with Virtual Instructor-Led and Online Self-Paced Options

We are passionate about bringing quality training to our customers, to help them keep their communities and workplaces safe. With our customers’ and Instructors’ health our top priority, we have transitioned Classroom Instructor-Led sessions to Virtual Instructor-Led and Online Self-Paced formats. Read more about the options we have available to help you achieve your training … Continued

Decrypting More Dropbox Files: config.dbx

Back in March of this year we released a free tool to decrypt the Dropbox filecache.dbx file which stores information about the files in a user’s Dropbox repository (for more details read the blog post, and the Part 2 post). Paul Henry (Website: http://www.vnetsecurity.com, twitter: @phenrycissp) is a SANS instructor and the lead author and teacher of the FOR559 course, Cloud Forensics & … Continued

Dropbox filecache.dbx file decrypted – now what?

Welcome to a “Part 2” of my last blog post where I announced our new free tool for decrypting the Dropbox filecache.dbx file. The response has been overwhelming and we appreciate all the comments and feedback. We really do have a great digital forensics community. Please note that IEF Triage has supported decrypting and parsing … Continued

Decrypting the Dropbox filecache.dbx file – new free tool!

Happy Friday, everyone! Today I would like to introduce a new free tool we’ve just released, called Dropbox® Decryptor. But first, some background. Dropbox uses a file named filecache.dbx to store details about files that have been or will be synced to the Dropbox cloud. This file used to be a SQLite database (named filecache.db) … Continued