Paraben releases a new 3.0 version of the E3 Forensic Platform

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Paraben releases a new 3.0 version of the E3 Forensic Platform, the all-in-one solution for digital evidence and data investigations. Paraben’s E3 Platform was the first platform that allowed for a unified investigation of digital data from multiple sources such as computers, smartphones, the cloud, and IoT. This approach has allowed for streamlined workflows and the discovery of more data. Paraben continues to push ahead of competitors with innovations in each area of digital investigations with the 3.0 version release of the E3 Forensic Platform.

Computer data innovations include the support of Microsoft Edge, Opera, and Brave. Each browser’s support allows for more internet data discovery in an investigation. The AD1 format created by FTK Imager is now added for full filesystem parsing. A robust enhancement was done to the email functions of E3 with the new MBOX mail store support with dozens of new email archives supported such as Becky!, Evolution, KMail, Sylpheed, Clawsmail, and many others. There are also email improvements with Thunderbird, and SeaMonkey is now supported. The new email support continues with new Logs and Artifacts Import functionality added to E3. Now you can bring in data from Microsoft Exchange tracking logs. The E3 Forensic Platform 3.0 edition is pushing forward with deep email analysis and extended support to allow E3 to be your go-to computer forensic tool.
Cloud innovations have become a priority for many investigators with the transition to telework due to COVID. The E3 Forensic Platform 3.0 edition has added some unique cloud capabilities that you will not see in other tools. One of these includes the support of Twitch, a popular game streaming platform. Dropbox collection can now be done directly in E3 with the account credentials, and Slack can now be collected with Authentication Data files that are found on the local systems.
Finally, regarding mobile forensics, there are new data analysis functions that allow for additional metadata if Siri was used or not with iOS devices. Knowing how data is transmitted is critical in a forensic investigation, and even the smallest details can make all the difference.

The new search results section can be added into any report to completely display the hard work every investigator goes through during a case. The E3 Forensic Platform 3.0 is robust and ready to rumble with data of all types as the new Cobalt edition of the tool. Paraben continues to offer innovation every step of the way with its pulse on the needs of the modern digital forensic investigator.

For more information or to receive a demo or trial of the E3 Forensic Platform 3.0, please reach out at [email protected].

Since 2001 Paraben has been a foundation in solutions for mobile devices, smartphones, email, and gaming system forensics.  Paraben has been forging new approaches for dealing with digital evidence.  Paraben’s focus on mobility led to many other areas of innovation, including the research and development into the Internet of Things (IoT) with the Forensics of EverythingTM (FoE).  Paraben supports logical and physical images with mobile devices and supports 100% of the smartphones on the market.  In addition, Paraben can add to an existing arsenal with specialized tools for unique data, such as network email servers, local email archives, internet-related data, and gaming systems.  Paraben provides software with a unified vision and interfaces for dealing with all types of digital data.  From start to finish, Paraben offers solutions that can build new capabilities into any digital investigation.

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