E3:P2C is a game-changing computer forensics tool for your investigating lab. A single interface can search, analyze, review, and report digital data from multiple computer related data sources. E3:P2C provides a reliable and comprehensive look at computer forensics with analysis engines that process data from a large variety of sources such as email, instant messaging, file system artifacts, etc.
The E3 Forensic Platform seamlessly adds a large variety of evidence into a single interface to be able to search, parse, review and report on the digital data from most digital sources.
Computer processing can be done from access to local devices both logically or physically or through forensic images. Full triage can be done without processing through the entire file system, saving you time.
The foundation of computer forensics starts with file system examination and being able to put together the pieces of the data that lived in that system. The E3:P2C software allows the examination or a variety of different file systems with more being added as they release.
When dealing with larger and larger data sets it is critical to be able to quickly triage the drive and get an overview of what was happening. With the artifact processing, you have a valuable quick insight into items such as last login, email accounts, recent documents, windows searches, attached media, and so much more. With dozens of artifacts supported that process in minutes you can see where your investigation needs to go.
The E3 Forensic Platform Sorter is designed to break down the data to be examined by the header for quick reference to find specific items such as spreadsheets, graphics, etc. Each Sorter category brings you closer to finding the needle in the haystack.
Full Text Indexing
Searching through Terabytes of data can be daunting, but when using the full-text indexing power inside the E3 Forensic Platform you are able to process through Boolean, GREP, and list searches quickly and effectively. Multi-lingual searching options are also available for over 150 different languages.
Cloud data has become an increasing problem in digital forensics with traditional collection techniques not working. Paraben’s approach to the cloud allows for the best possible collection options and practices while maintaining the evidence.
As one of the more popular business management platforms in the world, the wealth of data that can be captured in Slack allows you to see inside an organization under investigation.
As the most common office platform in the world you can gain a lot of insight by dealing with Office365 data with direct cloud acquisition functions for email. This data can be captured and reviewed inside the E3 Forensic Platform.
When dealing with GSuite and the associated data with credentials the E3 Forensic Platform has you covered. With the ability to collect directly from the cloud or to review the data collected with a GoogleTakeout archive the review of the data is as easy as 1-2-3.
Email is still the primary method of communication for most of the planet so there is no surprise on how valuable that data is when it comes to an investigation. Whether you are looking at it with a computer investigation or with eDiscovery and only reviewing email the E3 Forensic Platform has everything you need to process all types of email archives from local stores, network stores, and cloud stores.
Local Email Archives
There is always something new with email archives and Paraben prides itself on the support of one of the largest collections of mail types.
Local email supported:
Network Email Archives
You never know what type of network mail you will encounter so the E3 Forensic Platform has you covered.
Optimization of Data
When working through email it is important to have the full header and details associated with the archives. The E3 Forensic Platform provides that data as well as the ability to optimize the information and refine it to exactly what you are looking for and even export it out to a new PST file.
With everyone relying on data they get online it is no big surprise that the E3 Forensic Platform has powerful capabilities when it comes to the review and analysis of internet-related data.
Quickly and easily review the internet history data from popular browsers through the E3 Platform. Data from browsers can be located in the triage view of the E3 Platform for quick access without the need to process through the entire file system.
Gathering artifacts such as the cookies allows you to see where the suspect spent their time with other data such as autofill items and logins you have the path to their activities online.
There are so many places that data can hide in a file system. Knowing your tool looks in the harder to find locations to get data that can help you is part of why the E3 Forensic Platform is such a great foundation tool.
As telecommuting becomes more and more common the ability to investigate the communications done within different messaging platforms is paramount for an investigator.
Quick triage to tell you if the device you are investigating is connected to the cloud or not is essential with more and more data moving to the cloud. The E3 Forensic Platform processes these data clues as part of the Data Triage functions.
If you have ever wondered if Windows is listening, she is. Cortana has become one of the world’s most popular AI and has brought in new levels of forensic evidence with the recordings of her requests. Find these valuable artifacts easily with the E3 Forensic Platform triage functions.
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