Efficiently investigate hacking attempts of Windows computers




Belkasoft Incident Investigations (Belkasoft N) is a tool for digital incident investigations, developed specifically for businesses and aimed to investigate hacking attempts of Windows-based computers.

By analyzing numerous sources, Belkasoft N can find traces, which are typical for various tricks used by hackers to penetrate company’s infrastructure.



Quickly respond to hacker attacks thanks to all necessary data conveniently presented on a single screen


Comprehensive analysis

Detect impactful security events by analyzing numerous sources, such as registry, event logs, other system files and less known sources


Search, bookmarking and reporting

Search inside found artifacts, bookmark important data and generate comprehensive incident reports right after the analysis stage


Compatibility with the other Belkasoft products

Benefit from the analysis functionality of images acquired by Belkasoft X, Belkasoft R, and Belkasoft T as well as by the third-party tools



Comparing to the pricing of the alternative products, it will fit your budget easily





  • Detect suspicious traces in most typical locations, including registries, event logs and less known files
  • Analyze how malicious code persisted in the system by analyzing services, scheduled tasks, WMI subscriptions, Applinit DLLs and so on
  • Learn how and when malware was executed by examining various artifacts such as Amcache and Shimcache, Syscache, BAM and DAM


  • Extract remote connections details including IP and time stamps for RDP and TeamViewer
  • Find potential initial attack vector by analyzing recently opened documents and browser links, latest downloads and so on
  • Search inside extracted information, bookmark important data and create reports in multiple formats


Endpoint attacks


Focus on attacks designed to compromise endpoints: phishing e-mails and other attack vectors begin with a compromised PC or laptop.

Malicious email activity


Detect patterns indicating attackers use e-mail services to access the network.

Remote access attacks


Detect misuse of remote access either by outsiders or insiders.


Anomalous user activity


Detect indications of abnormal system usage, abnormal use of credentials, or escalation of credentials.

Attacks correlation with known vulnerabilities


By means of consistent vulnerability scanning correlate attack vectors which can be utilized by malicious users to exploit those vulnerabilities.