With a strong commitment to helping thousands of its customers in the world’s top law enforcement, military, government and corporate organizations recover data from a broad range Internet-related communications, Magnet Forensics (formerly JADsoftware) has unveiled v5.7 of its industry-leading forensic software, INTERNET EVIDENCE FINDER™ (IEF).
New features in this release include:
- Picture & Video Analysis- Carving/Parsing
– Skin Tone & Body Part Detection
– EXIF Data
- Chrome Incognito & Firefox Private Browsing History
- Carbonite & Google Maps Artifacts
- Web history categorization
- Support for Ex01, Lx01 & L01 Images
- Dates and times now converted to local or specified time zone
IEF software mainstays include:
- Single Search for 160+ Digital Artifacts*
- Search in 3 Easy Steps for Fast Results
- Web Page Rebuilding
- Mobile Backup Support
- Rich & Comprehensive Reporting
*Please Note: The number of supported artifacts has increased to 160+, as we now include different formats and versions to better align with industry standards.
IEF v5.7 including picture and video analysis is available today starting at $999 USD.
Existing customers with a Software Maintenance & Support (SMS) subscription can upgrade to IEF v5.7 for free by visiting our customer portal: www.magnetforensics.com/support/login/
Customers without an SMS subscription can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-342-0195 for pricing.
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About Magnet Forensics
Magnet Forensics (formerly JADsoftware) is a global leader in the development of forensic software that recovers data from a broad range of Internet-related communications. Our flagship product, INTERNET EVIDENCE FINDER™ (IEF) was created by a former police officer and forensic examiner who recognized the need for an easy to use, comprehensive tool to help perform digital investigations. Since its creation, IEF has quickly become a trusted solution for thousands of the world’s top law enforcement, government, military and corporate organizations – used to recover Internet evidence like social media communications, webmail, browser activity (and more) to support their most important investigations.