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Collaborate on Cases with Autopsy 4.0

At the Open Source Digital Forensics Conference last week, we announced the launch of Autopsy 4.0, the free and open source digital forensics platform that now adds major features promoting collaboration. As a result: Multiple examiners can work on the same case at the same time, and see what other examiners are doing. Examiners have […]

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OSDFCon Autopsy Module Development Contest Results

As readers of this blog know, Autopsy was designed to be a digital forensics platform that other open source developers can build modules for. To help motivate other developers to write Autopsy modules, Basis Technology  created a module development challenge and we’re pleased to announce the winners. The ground rules were simple: Make something useful […]

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Basis Tech Week 2013: The Aftermath

The numbers have been collected and data crunched for Basis Tech Week, and we can officially say that each conference was a success! Overall, attendance was up 32% from 2012 to 2013 for all three conferences…and that was with a government furlough occurring in the not-too-distant past. Basis Tech Week also went international this year with attendees […]

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Autopsy Training following Open Source Digital Forensics Conference

Basis Technology is offering an Autopsy training class directly following the Open Source Digital Forensics Conference (http://OSDFCon.org) in Chantilly, VA.  This is part of an initial push to establish the premier training program for this powerful open source digital forensics tool. For those who have already downloaded and tried Autopsy (and there are over 13,000 people who have done so for […]

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Free Autopsy Video Triage Module Released

Basis Technology has just released v1.0 of a new module for the Autopsy Digital Forensics Platform – Video Triage for Autopsy. Video content analysis can be time consuming for an investigator. Normally an investigator would need to watch an entire video either at normal or accelerated speed or scrub through and potentially miss key components. […]

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