E3:Universal is a complete acquisition and analysis platform that supports data from computers, email, internet data, smartphones, and IoT. E3:Universal includes all of the Paraben analysis engines and includes P2X Pro, DP2C-Acquisition Tool, and the E3 Mobile Toolbox.
E3:P2C was designed to be an intuitive and all-inclusive approach to digital forensics for computers and other related data. Paraben’s E3:P2C is a tried-and-true computer forensic tool that supports a variety of digital data sources that include: file system, network email archives, local email archives, internet data, etc. E3:P2C has a built-in triage function to see core pieces of potential evidence before proceeding to the next level of your examination. E3:P2C offers a cost-effective solution to your computer analysis needs.
E3:EMX was designed to be an affordable and comprehensive email examination tool for local email archives. Paraben has been processing email since 2002 and has a long history of understanding the issues that exist with email such as corruption and deleted data recovery. E3:EMX is the only tool that is priced to be affordable for everyone on a team processing for forensics or eDiscovery. E3:EMX provides support for over a dozen email archive types, all with easy-to-use options and automated deleted data recovery:
• Microsoft Outlook (PST & OST)
• Microsoft Outlook Express
• Windows Mail Email
• The Bat!
• America Online (AOL)
• Mozilla Thunderbird
• Email Files (EML)
• Maildir Database
• 750+ Mime Formats
E3 Image Analysis
The E3 Platform Image Analysis Add-On is a great boost to the already feature rich analysis capabilities in E3. The Image Analysis Add-On focuses on specialized
detection of images containing elements common to the following categories:
This partner technology has been tested and found to be the most accurate for image detection with a near zero false positive ration.
IoT is the next frontier of digital evidence and Paraben’s 2-day course focuses in on this emerging threat. Understanding of the 9 different IoT environments, SQLite databases and a variety of different labs focused on data from the different environments make this course unique. In addition, students will go through forecasting and trends in IoT so they know what to watch for in the coming years.