21690 Red Rum Drive
Ashburn, VA 20147
For Immediate Release
Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016
Contact: John Guilfoil
Email: [email protected]
Paraben Announces Release of Two New E-mail Archive Analysis Tools
E-mail Examiner 9.0 and Network E-mail Examiner 7.0 Offer New Look and Features
Paraben’s EMX 9.0 allows for the forensic examination of the most popular e-mail formats and can recover deleted messages and folders including e-mails deleted from deleted items. The NEMX 7.0 is an advanced network e-mail archive analysis and conversion tool that allows users to analyze, search, and report on data from Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes, and GroupWise e-mail stores without a long restore process. Both of these products are part of Paraben’s P2C flagship product for e-mail and hard drive analysis.
E-mail Examiner 9.0 and Network E-mail Examiner 7.0 each feature a new streamlined interface which allows for easier automation of tasks as well as new features such as malware scanning, OCR support for attachments, Windows 10 support and search indexes.
Additionally, EMX now offers EDB support and possible problems with displaying e-mail attachments and parsing mailboxes with non-English language have been fixed. In this new version of NEMX, Outlook 2016 databases in PST format are now parsed.
Both tools offer back-end databases for the support of massive amounts of data, multi-threading and task scheduling capabilities to process more data in less time, full Windows 10 compatibility, including UAC and digital signature by Microsoft, and an easy-to-use registration scheme.
“At Paraben, we constantly strive to produce the top quality forensics software by continually updating and improving our software based on the needs of our customers,” said Amber Schroader, CEO and Founder of Paraben Corporation. “Both of these new versions of e-mail forensics software provide the highest level of forensics software on the market.”
Users with current subscriptions should already have updated versions available for download in their registration site accounts, and those with expired subscriptions should contact Paraben’s Subscription Specialist, Lee Proctor at [email protected] to get a quote for renewal.
About Paraben Corporation:
Paraben Corporation is an investigative technology company. As a U.S. owned company, Paraben was founded in 1999 and quickly established itself as a leader in specialized computer forensic software. Paraben’s line of computer forensic tools for PDA, email analysis, and other computer-related investigations led to the release of the first commercial tool for performing cell phone forensics in 2004. Paraben continues to innovate as a leader in mobile forensics and digital forensics technology.
Paraben has its corporate headquarters in Ashburn, Va., with a satellite office in Utah. Paraben offers training classes at locations throughout the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe and Australia. Paraben provides effective results and innovative investigative technology.