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Release of Absolution "Compassion" v0.3 Alpha

Dear Forensics and Open Source Communities:

Today it is my pleasure to announce the release of Absolution 0.3 “Compassion” code branch. This version is a fully functional Beta release that brings Absolution considerably closer to its original vision.

The goal of the Absolution project is to provide a free and open tool to help responders and auditors to have relatively fast answers to problems requiring forensics. Example uses of Absolution are: finding a kidnapping victim, determining fraud or embezzlement, determining if an application passes PCI PA-DSS standards, finding documents on an ex-employees computer, identify tampering, etc.... read more

Posted by Eric Knight 2013-06-01 Labels: forensics forensic absolution analysis

Release of Absolution "Benefit" v0.2 Alpha

Dear Forensics and Open Source Communities:

Today it is my pleasure to announce the release of Absolution 0.2 “Benefit” code branch. This version is still considered an Alpha release but has many enhanced features that will make it useful and demonstrate its potential.

The goal of the Absolution project is to provide a free and open tool to help responders and auditors to have relatively fast answers to problems requiring forensics. Example uses of Absolution are: finding a kidnapping victim, determining fraud or embezzlement, determining if an application passes PCI PA-DSS standards, finding documents on an ex-employees computer, identify tampering, etc.... read more

Posted by Eric Knight 2013-01-02

Preparing for Absolution "Benefit" 0.02 Alpha

Dear Open Source Community:

Preperations have begun for the next release of Absolution, code branch "Benefit", that has many improvements over the previous version. A few bugs have been fixed that may have interrupted the initial scanning process for people trying the pre-alpha version. Many changes have been made to the user interface to both modernize and simplify the collection process.

This has been a long wait, but worth it. The improvements will benefit both the users and the community of supporters we hope will come to use Absolution.... read more

Posted by Eric Knight 2012-09-16 Labels: Notice Alpha Absolution Benefit

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