Forensic Tools for SCSI Drives

A SCSI (Small Computer System Interface) unit is a connecting device that transfers information between a computer and its peripherals. It has the ability to connect a variety of external devices, including external disks, scanners and printers. Forensic tools for SCSI drives allow you to duplicate disks so that you can clone the hard drive. You must duplicate units if you want to preserve all information about the unit but transfer it to a different source. ImageMASster Solo 4
This tool is Windows XP compatible, and it allows you to match up single or multiple suspicious disks (drives with information about possible suspects) to single or multiple evidence drives (drives containing case evidence). It basically creates copies of individual hard drives, and can also transfer a large drive into several smaller drives. ImageMASSter Solo 4 is also scalable, which means you can update it if you need additional space in the future. It supports the Linux DD ( Data Description , which is a UNIX based program ) Image file format.
King Demi AS-F

the King Demi aS-F allows the creation of copies of hard drives, and has the ability to process information, between 2 and 5 GB (Gigabytes) per minute. This tool is compatible with SCSI, ATA (Advanced Technology Attachment) and SATA (Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) drives. It also has the ability to encrypt (convert data into characters and symbols, which can only be read by those with the proper codes) your data, and can recover lost or deleted data. Other features include the ability to target hard drives using the FAT32 (File Allocation Table) Format pre-format. The Rei Demi AS-F device also allows you to wipe any existing hard drive.
3004SCSI MasterImage
This is a set of products that allow you to create duplicate SCSI drives. It supports the following interfaces: Ultra-320, Ultra-160, Narrow SCSI, SCSI-SCA (Attachment Connector Single) 80, and Wide SCSI. The ImageMaster 3004SCSI can transfer information at 3.9GB per minute, and it can transfer information to up to 4 hard drives at once. Other features of this toolset include the ability to wipe information from hard drives and partition (split a hard drive into separate, individual virtual drives) units. You can also create event logs (time-stamped information about hard disk or operating system tasks or errors) using this program.

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