May 6, 2020
Years ago (ok, many years ago) when I was an adjunct professor teaching digital forensics at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston, I very much appreciated both the free and discounted licenses provided by commercial software vendors. I am announcing today, thanks to some gentle nudging from my team, that Arsenal is dramatically expanding our educational program. We are now providing free subscriptions each semester not only to professors at colleges and universities, but to students as well.
What are the details?
Upon request, we will send batches of licenses each semester to professors at colleges and universities. Each license includes a subscription to the full functionality of all our tools. Professors are responsible for distributing the licenses to students.
What’s the catch?
Arsenal’s educational subscriptions are for educational use only… in other words, they are not for use in casework, whether commercial or otherwise. While not required, we appreciate photos of professors and students using
How do we get started?
Contact us at sales@ArsenalRecon.com with some basic details on your digital forensics program and we’ll get the process started. Simple!
Please support us, as we work to make maximum exploitation of electronic evidence more accessible, by learning more about the powerful and unique functionality our tools provide. You can learn more about our tools at https://ArsenalRecon.com/products. Thank you!
Once you think through the implications of what can be done not only with multiple document versions extracted from FSD files as ODC Recon has always done, but what can be done with the granular revision information that can be found within FSD files and temporary collaboration data, you should be having a “lean back in the chair” moment.
The workflow for launching virtual machines has been significantly improved in Arsenal Image Mounter v3.1.101! You will now see a single dialog box (rather than a series of prompts) which consolidates important options related to launching virtual machines.
So, if you need to access EFS-encrypted files, you do not have the user’s Windows password, and you may even be dealing with an “IT gone rogue” (i.e. you cannot rely on help from IT – e.g. one or more may be suspects!) scenario, what are your options?
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