CAINE 10.0 Releases: Linux distribution for digital forensics
CAINE (Computer Aided Investigative Environment) is a UNU-based GNU/Linux self-starting distribution that was created as a digital forensics project at the Interdisciplinary Center for Security Research (CRIS).
The CAINE forensics framework includes a set of tools that are integrated into a user-friendly environment. It is designed to improve interoperability between different forensic tools and provides a consistent graphical user interface to guide digital surveys during the acquisition and analysis of electronic evidence, as well as a semi-automated process for the writing of documents and reports.
CAINE 10.0 “Infinity” releases.
- Kernel 4.15.0-38
- Based on Ubuntu 18.04 64BIT – UEFI/SECURE BOOT Ready!
- New tools, new OSINT, Autopsy 4.9 onboard, APFS ready, BTRFS forensic tool, NVME SSD drivers ready!
- SSH server disabled by default (see the Manual page for enabling it).
- OSINT: Carbon14, OsintSpy added.
- Mobile: gMTP and ADB added.
- Added: Recoll, Afro, Stegosuite, etc. etc.
- many others fixing and software updating.