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Splitting an imaging session to separate targets

A situation may occur when multi-target imaging is paused to be continued later, but one or more targets become unavailable. The drive may need to be taken and used by another technician or broken, or the server with the image file may become unavailable. But you may need to finish the imaging to the remaining […]

Multi-pass imaging of damaged drives

Atola Insight Forensic has a complex imaging functionality, which allows imaging even physically damaged hard drives, while avoiding further drive deterioration. Damaged drives require a complex imaging approach, which would balance thorough data extraction with forensics’ need in expediency and measured treatment of damaged media. Most imagers have a linear imaging process, and whenever such […]

Case management: Changing details in a case

Insight’s case management system has been created to help users efficiently keep track of hard drive-related information. Even if a hard drive has already been used for a while, imaging and hashing have already been performed, it is still possible to open the case and make adjustments to its details. Click the Plus icon next […]

Connecting MacBook using Thunderbolt extension module

Last week we released Atola Insight Forensic 4.9, which includes Thunderbolt extension module. This extension provides Insight users with the capability to image, calculate hash and perform other forensically sound operations on all generations of MacBooks. This guide will explain how to connect a MacBook to Insight using Thunderbolt extension. Extension and cables Thunderbolt extension […]

Atola Insight Forensic 4.9 – Thunderbolt extension

We are delighted to announce the release of Atola Insight Forensic 4.9! With this release we introduce our new Thunderbolt extension module, which will enable forensically sound imaging and other operations on all generations of MacBooks. The full list of Atola Insight Forensic 4.9 changes can be found here: Atola Insight Forensic Changelog. Supported interfaces […]