Arsenal Recon Launches Revolutionary Computer Forensics Solution
Registry Recon Provides Unprecedented Access to Windows Registry Data
BOSTON, MA - October 15, 2012 - Arsenal Recon, (www.ArsenalRecon.com) makers of computer forensics solutions built by computer forensics experts, today announced the release of their flagship solution, Registry Recon. Registry Recon is a powerful computer forensics tool that aggressively searches for Microsoft Windows Registry data and rebuilds both complete and partial Registries which have existed on computer systems over time. Corporate, law enforcement, and military users of Registry Recon now have unprecedented access to Registry data which has been deleted, whether that deletion occurred due to benign system activity, malfeasance by a user, or re-imaging by IT personnel.
What is the Microsoft Windows® Registry?
The Registry is a complex ecosystem, in database form, containing information related to hardware, software, and users on computer systems running Microsoft Windows. Analysis of this information reveals the names of recently accessed files, when applications were last run, who attached removable storage devices, and much more. The Registry is continually referenced during Windows operation so large volumes of Registry data can always be found both on disk and in live memory.
Registry forensics has long involved cobbling together a disparate suite of tools, often resulting in scratching the surface of cases involving intellectual property theft, document forgery, evidence spoliation, malware analysis, and Internet crimes. Registry Recon is powerful, efficient, and intuitive in ways not normally seen in computer forensics tools.
"The sheer volume of Registry data that Registry Recon finds, and the methods used to visualize it, are astounding. We were able to analyze a nearly complete Registry from a previous installation of Windows that was over two years old." -- Ryan Maxwell, Director - Forensic West, DTI
Users simply add a forensic image or physically mounted hard drive to Registry Recon and enormous volumes of Registry data are found and processed - whether that Registry data was active, backed up in restore points or volume shadow copies, or even deleted. When Registry Recon's processing is complete, users are able to browse rebuilt Registries in a unique and historical fashion - focusing on what's relevant to their case.
"With other tools, each Registry file has to be analyzed separately in a very time-consuming fashion. With Registry Recon, large numbers of Registry files from both allocated and unallocated space are merged into Recon Registries. I am now able to see how the Registry has changed over the life of both currently and previously installed operating systems." - - Stephen Swanson, President, Computer Forensic Services, LLC
"We could have taken the easy road and incrementally improved the current state of Registry forensics," says Mark Spencer, President of Arsenal Recon. "We decided that wasn't good enough, and chose the hard road. "In the process, we have transformed Registry forensics and given our users access to Registry data they have never had before."
Registry Recon is currently being evaluated by a diverse team of beta testers and will be available for purchase on October 18 directly from Arsenal Recon at the introductory price of $249 with a retail price of $399.
About Arsenal Recon
Our team is led by Mark Spencer, whose philosophy is "Don't settle for the easy way, strive for the right way." We are passionate about computer forensics and dedicated to the preservation and analysis of electronic evidence using the most powerful technologies available. In our quest to dig deeper, we grew tired of waiting for solutions to meet our needs - so we began building our own.
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