In today’s world, everything is stored in the cloud. Your backups can be stored in the cloud. The “big brother” knows where you had lunch yesterday and how long you’ve been there. Your photos can back up to the cloud, as well as your calls and messages. Finally, your passwords are also stored online – at least if you don’t disable iCloud Keychain. Let’s follow the history of Apple iCloud, its most known hacks and our own forensic efforts.
SR-6: Ability to extract files from GZ archives that are larger than 4 GB. Matching hash values against hash databases as part of volume snapshot refinement did not work when triggered through the command line. That was fixed.
X-Ways Forensics 19.4 Preview 5b was released, adding some minor improvements including outputting the various installDates from the registry of a Win10 system, and other fixes.
Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery 3.40 adds support for some of the most popular password managers including 1Password, KeePass, LastPass and Dashlane, enabling customers to attack master passwords protecting users’ stored passwords.
Last week we released Atola Insight Forensic 4.9, which includes Thunderbolt extension module. This extension provides Insight users with the capability to image, calculate hash and perform other forensically sound operations on all generations of MacBooks.
We’ve just updated Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery with the ability to break master passwords protecting encrypted vaults of the four popular password keepers: 1Password, KeePass, LastPass and Dashlane.
TXT Forensic Imager Kit Includes: TX1, TX1-S1, TP6, TC4-8-R3 (x2), TC-PCIe-8, TPKG-VCT-5, TPKG-CLOTH and Quick Reference Guide.
GetData updated Forensic Explorer to v220.127.116.1118
Atola Technology have released Atola Insight Forensic 4.6, introducing a “new Thunderbolt extension module, which will enable forensically sound imaging and other operations on all generations of MacBooks.” The update also includes other new features and bug fixes.
Elcomsoft have updated their Distributed Password Recovery tool to version 3.30.1109 to support Amazon’s “new P2 instances with up to 16 GPU units”. Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery Adds Support for Amazon P2 Instances