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  • Aff4 (.AFF4)
    Extracts data from within 'Advanced Forensic File Format' version 4 files (AFF4)

    Import data:

    Download AFF4 parser
  • Backup files (.BKF)
    Extracts data from within backup files (.BKF). This parser supports the Microsoft Tape Format (MTF) used within .BKF files by products such as Veritas/Symantec backup exec.

    Import data:

    Download Backup files (.BKF) parser
  • Apple DMG (.DMG)
    Extracts data from within Apple .DMG files

    Import data:

    Download Apple DMG parser
  • VMWare Virtual disks (.VMDK)
    Extracts data from within VMware .VMDK virtual disk files
    Supports VMDK files produced by both Workstation and ESX/Sphere

    Import data:

    Download VMware VMDK parser
  • X-Ways (.CTR/.E01)
    Extracts data from within X-Ways .CTR and .E01 files

    Import data:

    Download X-Ways parser
  • NTFS journal parser
    Extracts NTFS file system activity from within the NTFS journal

    Please note:
    Some full file paths may appear to be erroneous, in that they point to a different file. This is due to the way in which the NTFS file system journal operates.

    To use this parser, please select the $MFT, $LogFile, and $Journal:$J files within the grid, before running the JSON parser.

    Import data:

    Download NTFS journal parser
  • NTFS logfile parser
    Extracts NTFS file system activity records from the NTFS logfile.

    Please note:
    Some full file paths may appear to be erroneous, in that they point to a different file. This is due to the way in which the NTFS file system journal operates.

    To use this parser, please select the $MFT, $LogFile, and $Journal:$J files within the grid, before running the JSON parser.

    Import data:

    Download NTFS journal parser
  • Chat Parser
    This program will parses the following chat applications: IM_Plus, MeetMe, Line, Viber, Slack, Twist, ICQ, GroupMe, FacebookMessenger, AppleSMS, Xabber, Vipole, MicrosoftTeams, Telegram, MeowChat, ooVoo, TextMe, Kik, Flock, Grindr, GoogleHangouts, ImoPlus, NextPlus, PalTalk, Touch, Skype

    To use this parser you must select the parent folder of the target database as well as the target db.

    Import data:

    Download Chat parser