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By popular demand: WebCase adds new features

Friday, March 26th, 2010

WebCase users have been asking us for three things:

  • Full page capture
  • HTML, or “source,” code capture
  • 64-bit compatibility

We’re very pleased to have just released these features in WebCase 1.9, which is available now. Current WebCase users will find their efficiency improved via full page and HTML capture functions. Meanwhile, investigators who work exclusively on 64-bit systems can now take advantage of WebCase.

Full page and HTML capture

Full page capture improves efficiency, in part, with automatic scrolling. In previous WebCase versions, investigators had to scroll manually to areas of a page that were not immediately visible on the screen. Lengthy pages such as those seen on MySpace could result in numerous screenshots. Now with one click, WebCase captures an entire web page in a single JPEG graphic file.

WebCase 1.9 also introduces the ability to copy only the web page’s HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language), or underlying “source” code, to an evidence file. Some web pages are difficult to archive properly because of the embedded code, and previous versions of WebCase required several steps to archive the code. The HTML copy function allows just one step to document the source code for later review.

To see these two new features in action, watch our video here!

64-bit compatibility

64-bit systems have the performance to process more demanding applications, such as audio and video encoding, so 64-bit compatibility is important as WebCase users move to the latest in desktop computing technology.

Finally, WebCase 1.9 now also supports Windows 7 along with Vista and XP, and adds Internet Explorer 8 to its list of supported browser versions.

We’re still working on getting the demo version available, but meanwhile, please view the video (and the others we have available) — and please sign up for our next WebCase webinar on April 1st. (No April Fool’s!)