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The only software solution for legally defensible online digital investigations, WebCase enables its users to search for, collect, preserve and report any and all online data including:
The concepts employed by WebCase have been the standard over the last 10 years and are now finally all in ONE tool.
WebCase is fully compatible with Windows Operating Systems, XP to Windows 7 and 8 and both 32 and 64 bit versions.
In "Computer Forensics for Dummies", the authers commented, “Until recently, real time forensic tracking of live data was problematic because the Internet was a real time environment. Computer forensic software such as WebCase by VereSoft (sic) (www.veresoftware.com) is solving this problem by allowing investigators to forensically record IP addresses, chat sessions, and other communication across the Internet connection.”
Todd G. Shipley and Art Bowker pubished the only complete text on Investigating Internet Crimes. "Investigating Internet Crimes: An Introduction to Solving Crimes in Cyberspace" is a 472 page basic manual on how to conduct investigations on the Internet. Covering everything from the types of crimes committed on the Internet, Online Officer Safety and the various tools available to assist the investigator. WebCase is mentioned throughout as a solution for documenting Internet investigations.
“This book is written by two authors with extensive, real-world experience in the field, and it shows. Anyone who has felt the need to trace theorigins of an attack – police officer, network specialist or individual – will find this an invaluable manual.” Network Security, January 1, 2014
For additional recommendations on WebCase read Art Bowker's book "The Cybercrime Handbook for Community Corrections".
Vere Software Announces Training Partnership with the National Forensic Data Recovery Training Center
Research will examine criminal use of Internet anonymizers
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