Reno, NV – WebCase 1.9, the latest version of Vere Software's Internet evidence collection software, incorporates three new major features in response to user requests:
“These features will enhance investigators' use of WebCase and make their work more efficient,” said Todd Shipley, Vere Software president and CEO.
Full page capture will accomplish this, 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, WebCase captures an entire web page in a single JPEG graphic file.
The HTML capture option, meanwhile, allows WebCase users to collect the underlying HTML, or source code, separately from the web page. The new feature allows the investigator to review the code much more easily.
Shipley added, “WebCase 1.9 reaches a broader spectrum of users who are now working with 64-bit systems.” 64-bit compatibility is important as WebCase users move to the latest in desktop computing technology. 64-bit systems have the performance to process more demanding applications, such as audio and video encoding.
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.
ABOUT VERE SOFTWARE: Incorporated in February 2007, Vere Software, Inc. designs, develops, programs, and markets software and hardware built upon concepts related to online evidence collection and preservation. Offered to both public and private markets domestically and internationally, Vere Software's WebCase and related products meet the standard for criminal legal defensibility by logging, date and time stamping collected Internet evidence, then authenticating it via one of a number of accepted hash algorithms.
ABOUT WEBCASE: WebCase is the flagship product of Vere Software. The first software built for legally defensible evidence collection from Web pages and social networking sites, WebCase digitally “fingerprints” its evidence using commonly accepted hash algorithms.
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