Paraben Corporation announces their release of Device Seizure version 4.0
Online PR News – 25-May-2010 – – For Immediate Release
May 24, 2010
Pleasant Grove, Utah – May 24, 2010
Paraben Corporation, a provider of digital forensics solutions; has announced the release of Device Seizure version 4.0. Paraben has been synonymous with cell phone and device forensics since 2002 when it released the first commercial tool for forensic examinations of PDAs. With this new release of Device Seizure, Paraben has greatly improved its innovative and industry-leading tool.
Device Seizure v4.0 has taken a giant leap forward in the processing of digital evidence from handheld devices with the following improvements, augmentations, and additional model support:
• Full integration of Point 2 Point which offers full support of Google Earth
• Improved reporting and display option of GPS related data
• Additional support for models manufactured by Samsung and LG.
• New manufacturers added: Alcatel and ZTE
• New import option for KML files
• New export option to PDF format
• New functions added to iPhone plug-in:
Parsing for Maps
Parsing for Voice Memos
Parsing for MAC Address
Parsing for deleted items in backups
Beyond even these innovations; with the addition of new models support in v4.0 Paraben brings their total list of supported devices to well over 2400. As always; all of Paraben’s new versions are available at no additional cost to customers’ with an active upgrade subscription or for the low-cost of the subscription renewal. “We are happy to offer our customers a comprehensive tool at a fair price. We are spending more research time on physical acquisition improvement as well as data parsing to improve Device Seizure for our users.” Stated Amber Schroader, CEO at Paraben.
Paraben Corporation specializes in computer forensic software for enterprises and consumers. Established in 1999, Paraben became a leader in handheld forensics with the release of PDA Seizure and Cell Seizure in 2002, the first commercially available tools for cell phone forensics. Paraben then combined them to create Device Seizure in 2006; a comprehensive forensic solution for cell phones and PDAs. In addition to their specialty of forensics for mobile devices; Paraben also has several digital forensic software titles for forensic analysis of hard drives and media (P2 Commander) and specialized tools for enterprise level forensics – P2 Enterprise and P2 Shuttle. Also offered is an array of training classes, leading up to the Paraben Certified Mobile Examiner’s license and forensic hardware to be paired with their software solutions. For more information, visit www.paraben.com