Encryption & Password Cracking

We can unlock the door to your data.

You can put a password on just about anything today. Thumb drives, smartphones, tablets and entire networks are kept safe from prying eyes by complicated passwords. That’s great. But during eDiscovery, you may need that data whether you’ve got the password or not.

DSi’s trained engineers use court-validated digital investigation platforms to analyze and decrypt locked or password-protected files on mobile devices, computers, tablets, email programs and more. With distributed processing machines and powerful engines, we are able to forensically access your data quickly and effectively.

 

Our file unlocking and accessing capabilities include:

  • Batch Cracking
  • File Decryption
  • Password Recovery
  • Email Support
  • Processing Files
  • Processing Images
  • Support for Encryption
  • Unicode Support
  • Code Page Support

 


If you’re interested in learning more about DSi’s password-cracking capabilities or forensics in general, contact us or checking out these resources:

Software Updates Bring New Mobile Data Collection Challenges (blog)

Altering Data: Attempts to Bury the Smoking Gun(blog)


Forensic Analysis

Forensic Analysis

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We work with all digital devices to collect, process and analyze nearly any type of data.

Encryption & Password Cracking

Encryption & Password Cracking

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Sometimes the data you need is locked – and you don’t have the key or password. Our engineers use powerful technology to get you access to your data.

Forensic Consulting

Forensic Consulting

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DSi leverages its experience, technology and people to help firms and corporations manage forensic collection, forensic analysis and the presentation of evidence.

The eDiscovery landscape changes fast, and your IT must change with it. Stay up to date with new technologies, big data, forensics and more.

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dsi metadata case studyEver wonder how digital forensics can be used in litigation?

Read how metadata produced a “smoking gun” in this free case study

 

Digital forensics and electronic discovery sometimes intersect in interesting ways. This case study shows how DSi forensically collected and investigated digital files in a complex employment case to uncover key evidence.

Fill out form to download this free case study on using metadata to prove a case.