June 08, 2009
Logicube® Launches New Compact Forensic Data Capturing Solution
June 1, 2009, Chatsworth, CA. Logicube® Inc., the industry’s leader in
digital forensic technologies, will debut its completely re-designed Forensic
Quest®, at the TechnoSecurity 2009 Conference and Expo in Myrtle Beach,
South Carolina this week.
The Forensic Quest® is the perfect choice for in-the-field or in-the-lab hard
drive forensic data acquisition and verification. Users can now capture and
authenticate hard drives at speeds approaching 6GB/min and the new touch
screen provides an easy-to-use interface. The Quest captures a suspect
drive to multiple DD images and also provides support for a native (mirror)
capture mode. This 1:1 hard drive data capture solution provides users with
built-in support for SATA/IDE drives, and their choice of either MD5 or SHA-
256 verification. Also available with the new Quest is support for 1:2 hard
drive capture with an optional adapter.
“Logicube is constantly in touch with our customers as we develop our
forensic data capture products. The result is a solution that maintains its
affordability but is packed with cutting-edge features,” commented Farid
Emrani, Executive Vice-President and COO of Logicube. “The compact and
sleek new design of the Forensic Quest along with its fast capture speeds,
ease of use and built-in reliability, make it a must-have tool for the novice or
experienced investigator,” said Emrani.
The new Forensic Quest includes USB connectivity built-in and a wipe feature
that will wipe destination drives to DoD specifications. The Quest includes a“save configuration settings” feature that gives the user the option to save
frequently used capture settings. Audit trail reporting, support for capture
from unopened desktop/laptop computers and capture from DCO and HPA
areas are also featured on the Quest.
CompactFlash®, 2.5” and 1.8” drives can also be connected with optional
adapters available from Logicube, and support for both eSATA and
microSATA drives is available with optional cables. The Quest also features
an optional rechargeable battery pack to enable extended use.
Quest includes a one year standard parts and labor warranty and extended
one year and two year warranties are available. Logicube will begin shipping
the new Forensic Quest at the end of July.
Logicube is the world’s leader in hard drive duplication and eForensics
solutions. The company offers a complete line of products from one-to-one
and production grade duplicators to sophisticated cell phone and PDA data
capturing systems. Founded in 1993, with headquarters in Chatsworth,
California Logicube is dedicated to delivering reliable, innovative, state-of-the-art solutions for users worldwide. The company’s products are sold
direct to users, through international distributors and authorized dealers
world-wide. For more information visit their website at
http://www.logicube.com or http://www.logicubeforensics.com.