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Investigation, you can trust! Over 30 years of combined experience.

Digital forensics is a branch of forensic science encompassing the recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices, often in relation to computer or cyber crime. The term digital forensics was originally used as a synonym for computer forensics but has expanded to cover investigation of all devices capable of storing digital data.

Full spectrum of Digital Forensic Investigation

Forensically Sound Acquisitions

We will fully acquire your identified digitally stored information utilizing our forensic hardware tools.

Data Recovery and Restoring

We will try to restore deleted and/or hidden data as well as data from damaged media to make sure nothing is left behind.

Digital Forensics Investigation

Our professional and certified investigators will perform in-depth investigation & will guide your team through it.

Reporting and Expert Testimony

We will support you by providing comprehensive report and Expert Testimony on our finding in the court.

Comprehensive Solution

Data Acquisitions from all popular Sources

Computer Forensics

Computer Forensics

Our certified Examiners and Investigators can analyze and recover forensic data from computers, portable devices, hard disk drives, all type of removable media, workstations and servers.

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Mobile Forensics

Mobile Forensics

Utilizing latest technologies, Difseco specialists can recover SMS, Calls, Emails, Media, GPS, Internet History, Messengers Data, Deleted Data, and Cloud Sources from any mobile device source.

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Cloud Forensics

Cloud Forensics

In combination with Mobile Forensics, we are capable of extracting data from Cloud Services like Google, Microsoft Exchange and other date stored and located in cloud repositories.

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What We Offer

Nearly Unlimited Capabilities for Your Investigation

Below is a minimum number of features and technics we will apply to Your Investigation and correspond to Windows based machines. Exact procedures are determined on case-by-case situations and will depend on data source, structure and case scenario.

E-Mails

E-Mails

Keyword search through messages and their attributes
Dates and times of sent/received messages
Sender and recipient information
Full conversation chain

Windows Artifacts (OS Artifacts)

Windows Artifacts (OS Artifacts)

User Profile and Application Data
User files, contacts, documents
Desktop files and activity
Links (Recent files, Start Menu, Templates)
Recycle Bin
Swap File
Thumbcache Files

Hash and Entropy Analysis

Hash and Entropy Analysis

Analyzing a large set of files by identifying and matching the unique hash value of each file is an important function available to examiners.
Hash analysis may be conducted through importing or building hash sets and libraries.
It is best tool to identify and located known and notable files.

Compound files

Compound files

Microsoft Office Files (Word, Excel, etc.)
E-mail archives (PST for Outlook, DBX, etc.)
ZIP/RAR and other archives Registry files

Raw Keyword and Index Searches

Raw Keyword and Index Searches

Raw Keyword search is a type of search run against raw binary evidence data using certain words or string text.
Index Search is a type of search which runs against transcript text, therefor requires processing beforehand.

File Signature Analysis

File Signature Analysis

Files signature is used by an application for identity of a file type or to verify the content of a file.
File headers/signatures are associated with specific file extensions.
Some users have been known to change file extensions to hide the true identify of the files.

Internet and other Artifacts

Internet and other Artifacts

Temporary Internet Files Cookies Main History
Bookmarks and WEB cache
Print Spooler Artifacts
Connected devices Artifacts

Other Important Facts

Other Important Facts

Unveil hidden or deleted data Preserve all meta-data and related information
Time-zone analysis will ensure time stamps represents file creation origin
Other unmatched artifacts

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