SubRosaSoft has released a free training CD for its
digital forensics application. The CD looks at forensic investigation and walks the user through an investigation step-by-step using MacForensicsLab, which is designed for law enforcement professionals and investigators.
The software is used for such tasks as locating and cataloging credit card numbers, social security numbers, and child pornography. While it runs on Mac OS X, it can be used to analyze drives on Mac, Windows, Linux and other systems.
With the tutorial, users will learn to acquire a disk image of a suspect drive, catalog and analyze the data and pin-point evidence, find embedded files and deleted files, view search history, wireless and Bluetooth connections, email attachments, and more.
The training CD runs on Mac and Windows systems; it requires Mac OS X 10.3 or later or Windows XP or later. The CD is free; MacForensicsLab costs $995.