Using Internet Evidence Finder (IEF) to detect malware activity

Many people have Internet Evidence Finder (IEF) in their toolbox to help identify specific Internet-related artifacts/behavior of a particular user for investigative purposes. IEF can also be used to help identify activity that is typically...

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Anecdotes from CEIC 2013

I just arrived back to California after spending this past week in Orlando, Florida for CEIC 2013. It was a good time and great to see so many familiar faces and finally put names to...

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Sneak Preview Into New Mobile Support In IEF – Come See Us At CEIC

Hello from CEIC in Orlando! Over the past year we have been asked many times if we would consider adding support for recovery of Internet related artifacts on mobile devices.  Our core competency is around...

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Advanced Features of Internet Evidence Finder (IEF) v6

In this post, I want to go over a few of the new features that were introduced in IEF v6 that are subtle, but significant additions to IEF v6. Jad recently explained the new powerful...

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Using IEF v6’s New Timeline Feature To Reconstruct User Activity

Welcome to Magnet Forensics’ newest IEF feature, IEF Timeline. IEF Timeline provides a visual representation of your cases’ data. IEF Timeline allows you to move through time as events happen on a computer, allowing you...

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IEF v6 taking computer forensics to the next level!

The team has been working hard over the past several months on the architecture of IEF to leverage multi-core processors, support Mac file systems, and add more visualization. Everyone at Magnet is very excited to...

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US Defense Cyber Crime Institute (DCCI) validates IEF v5.8

We are pleased to announce that Internet Evidence Finder (IEF) v5.8 has been validated by the United States Defense Cyber Crime Institute (DCCI).   DCCI is the research, development and evaluation arm that tests tools tailored...

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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...

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