Updated signature files for epilog

CCL-Forensics’ developers are constantly adding new files to increase the capability of epilog, and the latest signature files are now available for download, free of charge.

These new signature files now contain support for Apple iOS5.

We also welcome suggestions for additions to future signature file releases. Please email us at epilog@ccl-forensics.com.

What is epilog?

For those who don’t know, epilog is a software tool which allows investigators to recover deleted data from the widely-used database format, SQLite. Take a look at the first of our epilog videos:

It was developed by CCL-Forensics and – put simply – it gives investigators access to more data which could prove crucial in an investigation.

Many devices (whether mobile phones, computers, satnavs or other devices) store data in the SQLite database format.

Data stored in this type of database can provide a huge evidential opportunity for investigators. Many “off-the-shelf” tools can be used to view the live records in the database, but epilog  extracts deleted and de-referenced data from the database files or across a disc image or hex dump.

epilog’s three recovery algorithms can be used on any SQLite database, regardless of the type of data stored. However, epilog signatures can be used to tailor its behaviour to a particular database.

Included with the initial release of epilog were signatures including:

  • Android (SMS, call logs, calendars, address book and others)
  • iPhone (SMS, emails, calendar, and others)
  • Smartphone third party applications (including Yahoo Messenger, eBuddy chat and others)
  • Safari (internet history and cache and others)
  • Mozilla (cookies, internet history, form data and others)
  • Chrome (internet history)
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