The unit hardware: i7 - 7th generation CPU, 32GB Memory, 250GB SSD internal storage, with 2 NVMe SFF-8639 ports, 2 SATA ports and 10 USB3.1 (10Gigabit/s) ports, Ubuntu 18.04LTS OS with a dual boot of Linux and Win10 Prof. The unit supplied with 2 SFF-8639 to M.2 NVMe cables and adapters and with secure brackets. The read speed from an NVMe SSD is 97GB/min. The unit also supplied with Thunderbolt 3.0 to PCIE (40 gigabit/s) Expansion Box with additional 4 e-SATA ports
Main Usage: A portable unit that supports imaging from a mix of NVMe, SATA Suspect drives
The application is using Ubuntu open OS: Multi-tasks, truly simultaneous multiple forensic imaging from one or many source ports to one or many target ports with different interfaces and options. Like imaging 1:7, 4:4, 8 to a network of NVMe SSD or SATA drives or any mix of interfaces using a mirror image, DD, E01 compressed, mix mode and more. Also, the user can select to run in one imaging session 3 HASH engines (SHA1, SHA2, and MD5), AES256 encryption and a quick keyword search on the fly at amazing speeds.
Usage: Under the Linux OS: Full Forensic imaging, HASH, Erase and Format, Drive Diagnostics, Virtual Emulator, Remote Capture, Encrypt, Decrypt, Keyword Search before or while the imaging, Scripting
Under Windows 8.1 Pro: Load and use any third-party applications to perform: Full Forensic analysis (EnCase, Nuix, Magnet), Multiple Cellphone data extractions (Cellebrite, MSAB, Paraben) using the unit’ fast USB ports