(posted on 2010-07-02)
We use NetAnalysis on almost every computer forensic case that comes through the door. It is imperative to correlate the computer user's Internet browser activity with the other actions on a suspect machine when creating a timeline of events.
In addition, the fast results and clean reporting help get critical information into our examiner's and client's hands to make early decisions about the case and in many investigations has produced "the smoking gun."
As one happy client said after I produced a report from NetAnalysis: "OK, now that I know what was happening and on what day and time - I know who to reprimand and how hard!"
(posted on 2010-05-14)
NetAnalysis V1.51 is the best, fastest, most reliable and stable internet history extractor I that have used in 18 years of forensic analysis. When I first used it I thought it couldn’t get any better, but every release proves me wrong by adding more and more useful functionality. The new ability of HstEx v3 to parse EnCase images is breathtakingly easy to use and totally reliable. As a commercial investigator I must say that it paid for itself in the first few minutes of use. I cannot imagine any forensic investigators toolbox to be complete without NetAnalysis.
(posted on 2010-04-16)
Here at the University of Leeds we've been using NetAnalysis for a number of years as virtually all of our cases involve internet access in some way. The speedy and accurate extraction of Internet History records, the ability to produce a customised report and its professional presentation and has made NetAnalysis an essential utility for our forensic 'tool bag'.
(posted on 2010-02-18)
I'm excited to finally have an opportunity to use your software. I've heard so many good things about it from colleagues in the industry (it seems that everyone at the CEIC conference recommended it last year!) I can't wait to use it and thank you again!
(posted on 2009-12-30)
I used Net Analysis this past summer to parse the Internet History in a homicide case. It was awesome. I was able to show the pre-meditation to commit murder and other records matched up with cell phone text messages between the two suspects. Needless to say, they are doing 29 years each.
(posted on 2009-05-06)
NetAnalysis is undoubtedly the world leader in Internet History Analysis software. It is recognised through the forensics community as the de facto standard for parsing INDEX.DAT files. Disklabs Forensics consider this to be one of the most essential tools in the digital forensics tool box.
(posted on 2009-04-29)
At Sanderson Forensics we have used NetAnalysis since the very first release. As forensic practitioners we always need to keep an eye on alternative products, but we keep coming back to NetAnalysis as it is head and shoulders above the competition.
(posted on 2009-04-23)
I've used NetAnalysis since it was first released in 2002. As a firm believer in testing my tools, I can say that NetAnalysis accurately represents the data it recovers. I use NetAnalysis in virtually every case that concerns the Internet. I have produced courtroom exhibits from my NetAnalysis worksheets and have testified many times about the results in United States District Courts and Montana District Courts.
My findings have been pivotal in cases that included the sexual exploitation of children and deliberate homicide. In fact, other law enforcement agencies have acquired NetAnalysis based upon the results that I've achieved with this software.