Monthly Archives: August, 2018

Digging into Gmail URLs

August 22nd, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 thoughts on “Digging into Gmail URLs”

A little curiosity can go a long way in digital forensics!

One of our recent cases involved an ongoing dispute between two executives who we’ll call Alice and Eve. Their dispute escalated when Alice returned after a day out of the office and noticed that her Gmail account was open on a shared computer they both used. Alice became suspicious that someone had accessed her Gmail account (she had forgotten to log out of it when she was last in the office) while she was gone. One of Alice’s coworkers told her that Eve had been using the shared computer on the day in question. Alice took a quick look at the Chrome web browser’s history, which seemed to confirm her suspicion — she saw activity which appeared to be related to her account while she was away. Alice reached out to her lawyer with her concerns, and her lawyer reached out to us.


HiveRecon and HbinRecon Launched

August 9th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 thoughts on “HiveRecon and HbinRecon Launched”

August 9, 2018

How does exposing Windows Registry data you’ve never seen before sound to you?

We launched two new tools with powerful and unique functionality today – HiveRecon and HbinRecon. We are confident that our customers and colleagues, particularly those interested in the maximum exploitation of electronic evidence, will be pleased that we are yet again exposing valuable information that has not been possible previously.