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Updated Steganography SearchPak for ADF Solutions Triage Tools Now Available – Latest Version Detects 768 Steganography Applications

FAIRMONT, W.Va. /Neotrope News Network/ — Backbone Security, the global leader in advanced digital steganalysis tools, in conjunction with ADF Solutions, the global leader of forensic triage tools, is pleased to announce the availability of an updated Steganography SearchPak for use with ADF’s revolutionary digital forensic triage tools currently deployed at law enforcement agencies, government organizations, and commercial corporations worldwide.

The Steganography SearchPak was created from hash values extracted from the latest version of the Steganography Application Fingerprint Database (SAFDB) created and maintained in Backbone’s Steganography Analysis and Research Center (SARC). SAFDB is the world’s largest commercially available hash set exclusive to steganography applications. Digital forensic examiners around the world are using hash values from SAFDB to detect the presence of steganography applications on seized media.

First responders and digital forensics lab examiners can use the Steganography SearchPak with Triage-ID(TM) and Triage-Lab(TM) to quickly detect any files associated with 768 steganography applications. The tools are designed to be used by both technical and non technical users and are widely deployed for both field and lab investigations.

Triage-ID(TM) is a field tool for first responders to perform automated on-site analysis of suspect computers, with a bootable CD-ROM and USB drive. Triage-Lab(TM) is a Windows based tool that performs automated analysis of drive images, network drives, stand alone suspect computers, DVD’s, CD’s, and other digital media.

Detecting the presence of steganography applications is a strong indication the application may have been used to conceal digital evidence. When files associated with steganography applications are detected, users have the option of contacting Backbone for further assistance with finding and extracting the hidden evidence using advanced steganalysis tools developed in the SARC.

Contact ADF Solutions at info@adfsolutions.com or the SARC at sarc@backbonesecurity.com for information about obtaining the Steganography SearchPak.

About ADF Solutions:

ADF Solutions, Inc. is the global leader of forensic triage tools for rapid evidence recovery and intelligence extraction from computers and peripheral devices. The tools have a proven track record at reducing forensic backlogs, securing fast convictions, and identifying suspects who are a threat to national security.

About Backbone Security:

In addition to hosting the SARC, Backbone is a Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Approved Scanning Vendor that provides automated PCI DSS compliance assessment services with their industry leading One-Stop Scanning Solution. Backbone also provides real-time intrusion monitoring, certification and accreditation, business continuity planning, and disaster recovery planning services.

About the SARC:

The SARC is a Center of Excellence in advanced steganography research and development established within Backbone Security to create and maintain a national repository of steganography applications, fingerprints, and signatures. The SARC has created the world’s largest commercially available hash set exclusive to steganography applications and is the leading provider of world-class forensic tools and techniques for detecting the presence or use of steganography applications and extracting information hidden with those applications.

Contact: Jim Wingate, Vice President and Director, SARC; Voice: (877) 560-SARC (7272), Fax: (304) 366-9163, or E-Mail: jwingate@backbonesecurity.com .

Online: www.backbonesecurity.com or www.sarc-wv.com .

Backbone Security, 42 Mountain Park Drive, Fairmont, WV 26554.

News Source: Backbone Security

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