Belkasoft Evidence Center makes it easy for an investigator to acquire, search, analyze, store and share digital evidence found inside computer and mobile devices. The toolkit will quickly extract digital evidence from multiple sources by analyzing hard drives, drive images, cloud, memory dumps, iOS, Blackberry and Android backups, UFED, JTAG and chip-off dumps. Evidence Center will automatically analyze the data source and lay out the most forensically important artifacts for investigator to review, examine more closely or add to report.
Discovers more than 700 types of artifacts, including over 100 mobile applications, all major document formats, browsers, email clients, dozens of picture and video formats, instant messengers, social networks, system and registry files, P2P and file transfer tools, etc. Extracts data from all major operating systems, both computer and mobile: Windows, Linux, MacOS X, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry.
Looks for hidden and encrypted information, searches in unusual places, carves deleted and damaged data and examines files in little-known formats to discover more evidence than ever. The search includes unallocated and slack space, $MFT, $Log, Volume Shadow Copy and other special and little known areas of operating systems.
The product allows you to perform evidence search faster than most tools as it does not index every single file found on the data source, instead searching for the most forensically significant types of artifacts. Efficient usage of СPU adds to speediness of processing, as does the code written by our team of highly qualified specialists in data analysis.
"The equipment and technology is an absolute requirement for the agencies for a quick and correct solution of a case."
"The training was conducted to our satisfaction and all the doubts we raised regarding the topics were answered by representatives of the company."
"After the initial installation, the company has been providing timely upgrades and telephonic support as and when required to the full satisfaction."