Paraben Corporation, a provider of digital forensics solutions, has announced the release of Paraben’s Link2; a link analysis tool for Digital Forensics investigations.
Online PR News – 27-May-2010 – – For Immediate Release
May 20, 2010
Paraben Corporation releases Link2 software product
Pleasant Grove, Utah – May 20, 2010
Paraben Corporation, a provider of digital forensics solutions, has announced the release of Paraben’s Link2; a link analysis tool for Digital Forensics investigations. Born out of the frustrations and feedback of investigators, Paraben Corporation developed Link2 as a simple way to find key pieces of digital evidence that will fortify a case, and show how they relate to one another. “We really wanted to offer a tool to our customers that was easy to use to show the correlation of cell phone data. Visualization can be key to finding the right piece of evidence,” stated Amber Schroader, CEO at Paraben Corporation.
Once the digital evidence has been collected from a cell phone, PDA, or other hand-held device using Paraben’s Device Seizure, the investigator can import several cases into Link2 and find contacts they have in common. For example; Link2 can connect phone A to phone B through a series of incriminating text messages. The investigator can then cross-reference phones A and B with phones X, Y, and Z and potentially discover that all five phones have communicated with each other.
There are many features to Paraben’s Link2 including the direct import of multiple
Paraben’s Device Seizure case files (.PDS) as well as many different reporting
Options that include PNG, SVG, PDF, VDX, DXF, HTML outputs.
Additional filtering options are also available that enable the user to move between
data from one case to another. Being able to make sense of the pieces in a
puzzle, such as digital data from several sources, is crucial and Paraben has your back with Link2. To download your FREE copy today go to: www.paraben.com
Paraben Corporation specializes in computer forensic software for law enforcement, enterprises, and consumers. Established in 1999; Paraben became a leader in forensics with their 2002 release of the first commercially available tools for cell phone forensics. Paraben has continued with innovation in digital forensic software titles for forensic analysis of individual computer hard drives and large-scale networks through specialized enterprise level forensics tools. Paraben also offers an array of training classes as well. Visit www.paraben.com for more information.