Category Archives: Source Code

Version 1.1.1 QuickFish

QuickFish Python Script Update Key Updates – Supports both Python 2.7 and 3.3 Python Environment – Fixed bug when processing SHA224 – Supports two hashes simulatenously i.e. MD5 and SHA512 – Added additional log and display messages – Added Version … Continue reading

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EnCase and Python

EnCase & Python–Extending Your Investigative Capabilities ​Digital investigations are constantly changing as new technologies are utilized to create, store or transfer vital data.  Augmenting existing forensic platforms with innovative methods of acquiring, processing, reasoning about and providing actionable evidence is … Continue reading

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en2PY EnScript / Python Blog File

en2py – Heuristic Indexing with Python …. Download Source files related to James Habben and Chet Hosmer Blog Post Digital Forensics Today – EnScript and Python: Exporting Many Files for Heuristic Processing – Part 1 The following download file contains … Continue reading

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CEIC 2015 Python Heuristic Reasoning and EnCase

 CEIC 2015 Thanks to everyone who attended Heuristic Reasoning with Python and EnCase at CEIC 2015 with Chet Hosmer The presentation covered the integration of Python Scripts with EnCase utilizing EnScripts as the conduit.  The presentation covered Scripts that: Extracted … Continue reading

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PFIC 2014

PFIC 2014 : Thanks to everyone who attended the Advanced Python Forensics Lab Sessions at PFIC 2014 in Snowbird Utah.  November 12-14, 2014           The following Zip file contains the Python Source Code along with the … Continue reading

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Python Single Word / Proper Name Extraction

by Chet Hosmer When examining ASCII text data during a forensic investigation, it is often useful to extract proper names and then rank those proper names by the highest number of occurrences.  The Python language has built-in capabilities that will … Continue reading

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Make Python Your “First” Language – for investigating cybercrime!

By Chet Hosmer Many digital investigators, students, academics, examiners and researchers are frustrated by the current set of forensic tools available.  Don’t get me wrong, many of the toolkits are quite capable, but they also can be complex, expensive and … Continue reading

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Python Forensics – SQLite Investigations Part One

SQLite has grown in popularity over the past several years, especially for use in embedded applications that require local/client storage such as web browsers, dropbox and Skype. In addition, SQLite is embedded in iPhone, iPod touch and the iTunes applications, … Continue reading

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PFIC 2013 Python Labs

Thanks to everyone that attended the Python Labs at PFIC 2013. As promised, I have included the lecture and Labs with full source code. PYTHON PFIC-2013 Total Downloads: Enjoy

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HTCIA International Conference 2013

Thanks to everyone who attended the Python-Forensics Lab at HTCIA International. The presentation and lab are available for download. Enjoy. Download Count

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