If you are looking for EnCase, you have come to the right place. We explain what EnCase is and point you to the official download.
What is EnCase?
EnCase is a pack of digital forensics developed by Guidance Software which offers EnCase trainings and certifications. This software has various forms designed for cyber security, e-discover use, and forensics.
The software recovers data and is used in a different court systems around the world. It includes cases like David Westerfield and BTK Killer.
EnCase comprise of tools used in various areas of the digital forensic process such as analysis, acquisition, and reporting. Also, it includes EnScript, a scripting facility, with various APIs for evidence interactions.
In addition, users are provided with EnCase Portable which enables users to collect and gather information while on the field. EnCase Portable is a data acquisition solution on a USB flash drive. It searches a prospect computer and automatically copy data which includes images, internet history, artifacts, documents, even the entire hard drive, and other digital evidences.
Overall, EnCAse can point out specific data needed. It offers users with features like, acquiring data anywhere you can carry the pocket-sized kit, storing collected data in the EnCase Logical Evidence File format, plugging in and collecting data immediately, searching and collecting cyber-intelligence without leaving a trace, and turning novice computer users into data collectors.
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File types supported by EnCase
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About file types supported by EnCase
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Last updated: : November 4, 2013