Forensic Explorer v5 Command Line (CLI) (License Required)
05 Mar 2020FEX CLI v5.1.2.9338 PortableDownload ZIP

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2 Mar 2020 - CLI v5.1.2.9338

  • Improved JSON output.

5 Feb 2020 - CLI v5.1.2.9306

  • Invalid TCommandTask in TXML now identified.

28 Jan 2020 - CLI v5.1.2.9284

  • Fixed error setting Hash max/min in CommandTask.

24 Jan 2020 - CLI v5.1.2.9270

  • Cache Thumbnails fix.
  • Other minor updates and improvements.

30 Dec 2019 - CLI v5.1.2.9234

  • Updates to Summary output window.
  • Other minor updates to line by line and JSON output.
  • Reformatted example TXMLs.

17 Dec 2019 - CLI v5.1.2.9222

  • Speed improvements.
  • JSON log - Fixed invalid task ID.
  • TXML - Default format for all "CommandTask_" includes underscore.

03 Dec 2019 - CLI v5.1.2.9176

  • Gallery View - Update for thumb-cache images.
  • Video View - Update for thumb-cache images.

The Forensic Explorer Command Line (FEX CLI) is a forensic data processing engine used for computer forensics and electronic discovery. The Forensic Explorer CLI offers:

  • Speed
  • Flex-ability
  • Repeat-ability
  • Expand-ability

The FEX CLI can be run on a single workstation to an enterprise level virtual environment spawning multiple simultaneous processing instances. It can automate all standard forensic processing tasks, including: signature analysis, hash verification, hash match, file carve, registry triage, metadata extraction etc.

The FEX CLI utilizes XML task files to customize processing. It interfaces directly with a programming language for ultimate flexibility. Data can be exported from all common forensic file formats directly to disk or to be ingested by third party e-discovery platforms. It can also export data directly into a L01 image file.

The FEX CLI can be launched from a stand-alone folder and from portable storage devices. It can be used for such purposes as forensic triage.

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