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What is odessa? It's an acronym for "Open Digital Evidence Search and Seizure Architecture"
The intent of this project is to provide a completely open and extensible suite of tools for performing digital evidence analysis as well as a means of generating a usable report detailing the analysis and any findings. The odessa tool suite currently represents more than 7 man years of labor, and consists of 3 highly modular cross-platform tools for the acquisition, analysis, and documentation of digital evidence.

In addition to the odessa tool suite, the project hosts other applications and information related to digital forensics. At this time, the list of additional tools includes a set of whitepapers and utilities authored by Keith J. Jones including Galleta, a tool for analyzing Internet Explorer cookies, Pasco, a tool for analyzing the Microsoft Windows index.dat file, and Rifiuti, a tool for investigating the Microsoft Windows recycle bin info2 file.

OPEN SOURCE LINKS:
slashdot
freshmeat
sourceforge
OSI
GNU
OS resources
OSDN
OS directory
FORENSICS LINKS:
openforensics
zeno's page
I-R.org

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