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Oct
16
See the PC-3000 Solutions at FiFE´19 Digital Forensics Fair, Spain
Posted by Administrator ACE on 16 October 2019 07:38 PM

Join FiFE´19 to learn how easy the forensics data recovery can be with PC-3000!

We are glad to welcome State Security Forces, experts in computer security, public entities and companies related to the area of Forensic Computing to attend the second Digital Forensics Fair in Spain. The event will come back on November 5, 2019, at the El Beatriz Space on José Ortega y Gasset, nº 29, 28006, Madrid.

This is the place where digital forensics experts from all over Spain gather to discuss the latest technological trends and innovations in the field. During the fair, you will be able to see how effective the new PC-3000 Portable III is and discover the easy ways to deal with damaged storage devices using the PC-3000 tools: analyze the condition of drives, get access to password-protected HDD & SSD, recover evidence from HDD with damaged heads, etc.


The attendance at the event is free of charge but the number of places is limited.
The pre-registration is required:


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Oct
8
The new PC-3000 Flash software Ver. 7.3.7. is released!
Posted by Administrator ACE on 08 October 2019 07:27 PM

The following English, Japanese, Korean and Chinese software update is released:

  • PC-3000 Flash software Ver. 7.3.7.

All authorized technical support users will get the latest software versions.

Please contact us to learn more on how to become an authorized technical support user and receive all of the recent PC-3000 Software Updates:

 

A SHORT LIST OF THE MAIN ENHANCEMENTS:

  • Added resources of the complex ECC codes:
  • Added the ability to put files with build errors or with ECC errors in a separate directory when saving files from folder structure.
  • Added new Translator algorithm method “SanDisk 8 sec” which allows to significantly improve the resulting quality of recovery from UFD / SD / microSD cards based on SanDisk technology. It allows you to bypass the limitations of the classic Block Number:
    • Assemble images with the capacity of more than 32-64GB;
    • Use data from SLC cache;
    • Get complete folder structure including updates;
    • Recover video files from build translator image.

    This algorithm can reliably be used only in cases which require 8 sector size block building. In future updates more SanDisk CPU FW modifications will be added (MLC-memory cases, old cases with different SA location, etc).

  • Added new Translator Algorithm for SM2704 controllers
  • Added new Translator Algorithm for PS8036 controllers
  • Added visual method for constructing the virtual image based on the file system, which allows you to manually select the most suitable candidates from the list of blocks. This image assembling algorithm might be very useful in cases when a translator is not available and SA area doesn't contain a marker for Block Number image building (modern SSS669x cases for example).
  • Added new rereading algorithms:
    • Sandisk MLC Ver 1
    • Sandisk MLC Ver 2
    • Sandisk MLC 15nm

CHECK OUT ALL THE NEW FEATURES HERE.


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Oct
4

Digital forensics experts and private companies related to the computer forensics field are welcome to visit our booth and session at the Computer Forensics Congress in Portugal. The event will take place on October 15, 2019 at the Azores Hotel Lisbon, Avenida Columbano Bordalo Pinheiro, 3, 1070-060 Lisbon.

It is a great chance to see PC-3000 products in action and learn something new about forensics data recovery. ACE Lab represented by its partner Ondata International will also demonstrate the easy way of recovering evidence from damaged or password-protected storage media with the PC-3000 Portable III Ultimate System – the all-new solution for on-site data recovery from SATA/USB HDD, SSD, and RAID.

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The number of places at the Computer Forensics Congress Portugal is limited.

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Oct
3
New PC-3000 Solutions Made a Splash at the FT-Day 2019, Germany
Posted by Administrator ACE on 03 October 2019 05:42 PM

For the third time in a row, ACE Lab became the partner of the Forensic Technology Day (FT-Day), the largest IT-forensics industry conference in Germany. The event hosted by our German partner mh SERVICE GmbH is growing every year – this time it was attended by more than 125 forensic investigators, cybercrime experts, and representatives of government agencies from Germany and neighboring countries.

The FT-Day’s participants had a lot of questions on how to deal with devices that are somehow damaged or have password protection to be bypassed. So, the turnout at our booth and sessions was just overwhelming!

During the event, we held a presentation on the Media Cache in modern Seagate SMR Hard Disk Drives and a series of live demos to showcase PC-3000 in action. The first day ended with a networking dinner where the attendees could exchange ideas on the newest developments in the digital forensics field.

On the second day, the conference guests were able to attend our workshop on top tips & tricks to recovering evidence from modern HDD and SSD. They were very impressed by the PC-3000 Portable III functions and received a valuable knowledge of forensics data recovery from password-protected HDD, HDD with damaged heads, Media Cache of Seagate SMR Drives, logically damaged ADATA SU800 SSD (by deactivating TRIM) and SanDisk Ultra II.

Do you want to see PC-3000 in action as well? Then follow our news and see you at the upcoming events!

 


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Oct
2

This September ACE Lab team has been invited to Paris to showcase its latest technologies to the digital forensics examiners from all corners of France. This closed-door event has gathered a lot of experts curious to find out new solutions to the issues that they face in their work.

And that is one of the reasons why our presentation has become a point of interest for many participants. During the session, our software developer, Alexander Leonenko, has shown how easy and affordable the forensics data recovery can become with PC-3000 Portable III and its new tailored Easy Mode. Besides, Alexander has demonstrated the simple way to deal with Solid State Drives without a chip-off procedure using the Techno Mode. It was not only a presentation but also a workshop where the digital forensics experts have learned how to recover evidence from HDD with damaged heads and how to get access to password-protected HDD and SSD.

Before and after the presentation, our Booth attracted many attendees who have been able to get answers to their questions regarding the PC-3000 features and talk directly to ACE Lab CEO Elena Shulga and developer of Data Extractor Alexander Leonenko. The digital forensics experts were amazed by the functionality of our tools and the ability to get evidence from physically/logically damaged or password-protected drives.


 

 

 


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