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    Question Linux for investigative purposes?


    I was looking for linux/open source application for investigative purposes. Havent found one yet. I'm looking for something like analyst's notebook or iBase. Any pointers?

    I'm getting the creepy feeling that there are no such tools for linux... yet...

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    Linux Engineer RobinVossen's Avatar
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    Aug 2007
    The Netherlands
    You want file retrive ideas or pentesting stuff?
    Since its both there for Linux.
    Pentesting: BackTrack
    File Recovery: I have to search but I know its there.. :P
    New Users, please read this..
    Google first, then ask..

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    Linux Guru anomie's Avatar
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    Mar 2005
    Quote Originally Posted by horisonoma
    I'm looking for something like analyst's notebook or iBase. Any pointers?
    I read about the application you're describing here. Very fascinating stuff.

    What you're talking about is a highly specialized application, and I doubt (though I don't know for sure) this available in GNU/Linux land. I would suggest:
    • Contacting the maintainers of the software and express interest in a Linux version. (Maybe they can help you in the short-term, or at least log your request for the long-term.)
    • Running this software within an emulated/virtualized Windows environment for now.

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