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New Versions of HiveRecon and HbinRecon Launched

October 10th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 thoughts on “New Versions of HiveRecon and HbinRecon Launched”

What does HiveRecon do?

HiveRecon extracts Registry hives from Windows hibernation and crash dump files, often extracting hives when other solutions have completely failed and extracting healthier (more intact) hives when other solutions have appeared to run successfully. HiveRecon also extracts volatile hives and can incorporate swap files from the same hibernation session to extract even healthier Registry hives than if using a hibernation file alone.

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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.

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