Our list of over 130 free tools is provided as a free resource for all. It’s updated several times a year. Forensic Control provide no support or warranties for the listed software and it is the user’s responsibility to verify licensing agreements. Inclusion on the list does not equate to a recommendation. Entries marked with a star* indicate that registration is required before downloading.
Using forensic software does not, on its own, make the user a forensic analyst. Evidence is more likely to be admissible if it is produced by a professional computer forensic analyst.
We’re happy to receive suggestions for inclusion on this list. The software must be free and unrestricted, that is, fully functional and not time-limited. The software is more likely to be included if it provides something significantly different or better than software already listed. Please send your suggestions to email@example.com
List last updated: 7 October 2014. Forensic Control are IT / computer forensic investigators based in London.Publishing the whole or part of this list is licensed under the terms of the Creative Commons – Attribution Non-Commercial 340 license.
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