Are you new to MAGNET AXIOM?

Watch the videos below to learn how to run your first search and view the recovered artifacts, and use the advanced features you need to start building your case.

Acquiring and Processing Evidence


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Discover how to use AXIOM Process to acquire and analyze all of your evidence in a single stage by queuing up multiple sources such as computers and smartphones. Select the artifacts you wish to search for and customize the options you wish to include.


Navigating the File System, Registry, and Artifacts



Magnet AXIOM has added several ways to navigate evidence by adding new file system and Windows Registry Explorers. You will also learn about some new features and methods to search in the Artifact Explorer as well.


Source Linking Between the Artifact, File System, and Registry Explorers


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With the added functionality of the Artifact, File System, and Registry Explorers, Source Linking provides examiners a way to quickly navigate between these views without having to click through large file and folder structures. Source Linking will save the examiner time and will assist in verifying the artifacts and digging deeper into the raw data.


Examining Evidence with Centralized Views


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This video will show examiners the various ways you can view the evidence. Learn how to use the Chat Threading, Classic, Column, Histogram, Row, Thumbnail, Timeline, and World Map to present the data in a way that makes sense to your examination.


Searching and Filtering in AXIOM Examine



In Magnet AXIOM, we have completely redesigned our searching and filtering. Learn how you can use Filter Stacking to narrow the amount of data you need to analyze and minimize the scope of your investigation.


Organizing your Exports with Tags and Comments



Customize your reports the way you want to see them by using True View Exports. By shaping the data in a way that best presents the evidence directly in AXIOM Examine, you will save time editing the report afterwards. You can also use Tags and Comments to organize and explain your findings to all of your stakeholders.


Collaborating with Stakeholders using Portable Case



Often there are many people involved in an investigation and you need a way to share your findings with others. Portable case allows the examiner to share their data with other stakeholders such as lawyers or investigators who can work with the examiner by adding their own tags, comments, and searches to assist with the investigation. We will then show you how to merge that data back into the master case for a coordinated effort.