Today we would like to present one of our new forensic functions in Atola Bandura 1.1.5 release.
Our new checksum (hash) function executes fast and accurate checksum calculations on both the source and target hard drives at once. Checksum calculation is a valuable feature to have on an imager, and being able to calculate both checksums simultaneously at high speed is a great time-saver. Checksum calculations (HDD hash values) are automatically saved to the attached USB flash stick after operation. Various algorithms are available to meet different procedural (forensic) standards.
Supported checksum algorithms: MD5, SHA1, SHA224, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512.
Checksum calculation in progress
Calculated MD5 checksum for source and target disks with identical data
Checksum calculation log
Source: SAMSUNG HD322GJ, 1AR10001, S2BJJ90B339168
Target: SAMSUNG HD322GJ, 1AR10001, S2BJJ90B339184
Time: 13 minutes
Sectors scheduled: 312 602 978
Sectors compared: 312 602 978
12:21| Checksum calculation completed
00:00| Checksum calculation started
Please note: all product features are listed in Bandura specifications.
- Atola TaskForce 2020.7.1 introduces RAID and connectivity features - October 1, 2020
- Forensic RAID rebuild in Atola TaskForce 2020.7 - July 30, 2020
- Q&A during the Interpol Digital Forensics Expert Group 2020 - June 19, 2020