How often are you faced with a case with multiple individual devices with different interfaces (HDDs, SSDs, NVMe, USB, etc.) or a whole RAID array? If all you have on your hands is one imager with no parallel imaging capacity, it can result in a prohibitive processing timeline. To help Read more…
Segmented hashing allows verifying data imaged from damaged media and ensuring that the image can be verified even if data gets corrupt later in the case’s life cycle.
Atola TaskForce has a complex imaging functionality, which allows imaging even physically damaged drives, while avoiding further drive deterioration. Damaged media require a sophisticated imaging approach to balance out thorough data extraction with forensics’ need in expediency and careful treatment of damaged media.
SMART table is a valuable source of information about a hard drive’s health. SMART (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) provides stats of a drive’s operation, thus helping predict its future failure.
Every once in a while forensic examiners come across hard drives that get shorted. In most cases, a drive has become shorted after experiencing overvoltage either due to a power supply failure or as a result of a user error. Here is what happens to drive in these scenarios and how to fix this.
In TaskForce, Jumbo frames are activated by default to ensure maximum data transfer rates when imaging to a file on your server.