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MacForensicsLab Version 2.5 Inc Announces MacForensicsLab Version 2.5

Improved UI and performance, increased search capabilities, beta versions
for Windows and Linux, and a new website full of hints and tips.

Union City, CA September 18th, 2007 — Inc., a software
company focusing on e-discovery, digital forensics, and law enforcement
technologies today announced the availability of MacForensicsLab version

MacForensicsLab is the most powerful and cost-effective forensic tool on
the market.

MacForensicsLab is the first all-in-one, easy-to-use forensics software
suite for Mac OS X. To meet the demands of modern law enforcement and
digital forensic investigators, the new Mac OS X version 2.5 includes a
beta version for Linux and a Windows beta subversion. While SubRosaSoft
advocates using Macintosh as your primary tools for forensics
investigation, the inclusion of Linux and Windows versions will give
investigator the much needed flexibility in a diversified environment. All
three versions use the same UI design, enabling an investigator to adapt to
another OS quickly. The Mac OS X version is available immediately whilst
the other two are available only to existing licensed users in a mature
beta form.

The new version also sports many user interface enhancements, making
MacForensicsLab even more user friendly. The windows are laid out in a more
logical fashion thanks to the input of many forensics investigators. New
features such as email alerts to contact the user or even cell phone when a
time intensive operation has completed, have been included.

Version 2.5 also includes better performance with updated engines in most
operations. Functions that were processor intensive have been sped up often
by many times their previous speed. Along with code optimization,
operations such as searching and analyzing the suspects’ drives are not
only a lot quicker, but further enhanced to include more keywords, more
flexibility, and more power. More options when performing an acquisition
also meant a field investigator can image a suspect drive a lot faster.

SubRosaSoft has greatly enhanced the ( to
include more than a hundred hints and tips on how to assist e-discovery,
digital forensics, and law enforcement professionals.

Destined to be a standard in cross-platform computer forensics
investigation, MacForensicsLab includes powerful features that give a user
excellent flexibility and control in data analysis, evidence retrieval, and

o Extremely fast and verifiable media acquisition and data recovery.

o Multiple operations/tasks can be done at the same time (multi threaded).

o Perfect acquisition of devices retaining every detail of your suspect’s

o The most powerful data recovery engine on the market increases the chance
of recovering data, even when the drive is damaged.

o Perform forensic acquisition and analysis on drives from Mac, MS Windows,
Linux, and other operating systems.

o Highly detailed logs to provide the investigator with as much information
as possible when reporting.

o The unique Skin Tone Analyzer and fast traversal with file filtering
means you can zero in on illegal pornography faster – helping to protect
our children from predators.

o Built-in SQL database engine for speed and collaboration.

o The bootable DVD supports machines ranging from first-generation iMacs to
the latest Intel-based machines.

For more detailed information on MacForensicsLab, including Windows and
Linux subversions, please visit (

MSRP $1195 plus shipping for private industry and $995 for Law enforcement
agencies. Free upgrades for licensed users of all previous versions.

System Requirements for Macintosh:

o System 10.3.9 or higher

o Macintosh CPU with G4 or above

o Second hard disk for storing recovered data

System Requirements for Windows Subversion:

o Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista

o 2 GB RAM

o 2.0 GHz Processor

System Requirements for Linux Edition:

o x86-based Linux distributions with GTK+ 2.0 (or higher)

o glibc-2.3 (or higher)

o CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System)


o 2 GB RAM

o 2.0 GHz Processor

Note: The Windows version is in public beta and does not (and will not)
include direct device level access for acquisition, analyze, and salvage.
Users of the Linux or Windows version can collaborate and cooperate with
users of the other operating systems. Current users of MacForensicsLab
wishing to trial the beta versions for MS Windows or Linux will be required
to complete a non-disclosure agreement.

About Inc.

SubRosaSoft’s design philosophy revolves around easy-to-use yet extremely
powerful Mac OS X software.

For more information, contact Inc. by e-mail at
( or (

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