**CAPTCHA: This experimentation was carried out by using Google’s Onebox tool. The tool uses servers hosted on Google’s infrastructure. It’s not maintained by Encase or any of the authors. The only thing we did was to modify one of the tools to submit form data. All of the details, actual behavior, and even the math was performed by Google’s infrastructure.**
Scribblebox is a free multifunctional command-line capture and analysis tool for HTTP traffic and FTP session. It supports the HTTP GET, POST, and multi-part POST with binary (MULTIPART) over FTP protocol. It has a multipart scriptable tool to decode GET requests. It can be used as a file aggregation and uploader. Monkeyspirit – Available for download at Monkeyspirit
IPV4 Tools is a network diagnostic tool to capture and display information of your IP address, DNS queries, and hostname. It includes a simple web browser, a snooping tool, and several command-line utilities. It also includes a live DVD/CD image of its tools. The latest Live DVD/CD version implements all the features of the original package. The DVD/CD also includes a complete Internet Explorer test suite. Features include Internet Explorer viewable, HTTP inspection, CGI view, TCP/IP sniffer, DNS inspection, email inspection, and DNS poisoner.
ObscureSoft supplies forensic tools that are designed to aid a standard forensic investigation. ObscureSoft offers tools for Windows and Mac OS, and a Perl shell script called LcPass that can extract data from an NTFS volume.
This is a snapshot of the territorial and international locations of the configurations collected at the time of taking this information. The location of territorial data is based on where is Encase Forensic installed. For this reason, the location of some of the international configurations in this report might vary. There is no such limitation for territorial data of the configurations collected. 7211a4ac4a