Release of Analyze 19.1

Release of Analyze 19.1
July 5, 2019 Sara Ekberg

Release of Analyze 19.1
Paying attention to the details

It’s only been three weeks since the release of Analyze 19.0 – a major upgrade of the Analyze platform which in many ways will change how investigators can work together to solve cases. This release on the other hand, is mainly about maintenance and usability improvements (but we know that that could be just as important in your daily work…)

First off, we have done some additional usability improvements to GID. For example, we’ve added the possibility to select which hash types to include when importing an ICSE file to GID, and also the ability to view information about processing time when importing large hash sets.

Another improvement is the capability to include file comments when pushing cases to CS Enterprise. Now, all the additional intelligence added by the single investigator in DI will follow into the collaboration server, so that no critical information goes missing.

Also, the integrated LACE Carver has been upgraded to a later version with improved performance.

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