The Paraben E3:Universal software license allows you to perform a comprehensive examination of data with capture capabilities for remote imaging, smartphone logical and physical capture, and even bootable triage imaging. The variety of options make E3:Universal ideal for any lab that needs to have diverse capabilities to deal with digital investigations.
The E3 interface follows the standard processes from Adding Evidence items to focusing on the analysis capabilities. The large variety of supported evidence allows E3:Universal to be the flagship tool for a lab with over 40 processing engines just for computer file systems and related data and adding the additional 20+ engines for mobile and IoT you truly experience what comprehensive capabilities are in a lab.
Many organizations worry about what changing tools will do to their turnaround time. We have taken that concern to heart with the inclusion of a free online course that teaches you the basics to get you started. You will even receive an operator level certification upon completion. The course for E3:Universal users covers both the computer aspects as well as the mobile aspects of examinations.
Beginning to use Paraben in your organization has never been easier with an intuitive interface and out of this world documentation, plus 24×7 forensic support means Paraben has you covered with your mobile forensics needs.
Paraben’s E3:Universal option has many features unique to this licensing option. One of those is the Remote Imager. This new powerful tool inside of E3:Universal allows you to do Imaging with the use of the special Remote Imager Agent launched on the target machine and connected to the machine with the installed Electronic Evidence Examiner. Once the connection between two machines is established, the imaging session starts. Within one imaging session the images of multiple logical disks of one target machine can be created. If required, the imaging process can be paused, resumed, and stopped.
Even if the connection is lost, you are able to save the unfinished images and resume the imaging process later. In a world where images can be needed at any time from any location from networks to cloud providers having the tool you need to get that work done is critical.