F-Response provides access to these remote data sources a variety of ways. For devices F-Response creates an AES 256bit encrypted and compressed connection to the remote machine and presents the drives or volumes of that machine as local, read-only, physical devices on your examiner machine.
How is F-Response TACTICAL different?
F-Response TACTICAL is the simplest and least feature rich version of F-Response. Simply put TACTICAL excels at simple non-covert connectivity to immediately access servers and workstations. Unlike other versions of F-Repsonse, TACTICAL is a dual dongle solution, meaning you will need to place a licensing dongle in both the examiner and subject machine.
F-Response Core Benefits
Full Live Read-Only Access, No File Level Locking
F-Response provides direct, live, read-only access to the remote target computer's disks, volumes, and in certain cases physical memory. Since all access is at the physical level there is no file level locking, F-Response gives you access to any and all content on the remote target, including protected system content (Registry files, Email PSTs, Database Files, etc).
Windows, Linux, and OSX Examiner Support
F-Response includes optional installation packages complete with gui tools and scriptable command line components for Linx and Apple OSX.
Optional included Imaging capability
F-Response includes an optional high speed fully scriptable imaging capability to create physical, virtual, and custom content images of F-Response presented devices and shares.
F-Response Executable and Software
The F-Response subject software functions as a single executable ("exe") on the remote target computer that requires no drivers or installation components, as well as no reboot when deployed and started. F-Response is 100% Windows 10 tested.
Industry Standard and Regulation Compliant AES 256-bit Encryption
F-Response includes industry standard support for AES 256-bit Encryption for connections. F-Response encryption is seamless and native in all versions of F-Response.
F-Response Flexdisk Support
The Flexdisk(TM)(Patented) is a web based disk access and representation tool. The Flexdisk uses standard web technologies (HTTPS/REST ) to provide direct access to the remote target machines Logical and Physical targets in both raw and logical format. The Flexdisk can be accessed and used from any modern web browser and also exposes a feature rich and extensible application programming interface (API) accessible from any system capable of making and interpreting web queries and JSON .
F-Response Targets and Platform Support
F-Response works with all RAID disks, physical drives, logical volumes, and physical memory (32 & 64 bit Windows). In addition, F-Response TACTICAL includes target executables for Windows, Linux and Apple OSX. Furthermore based on its unique vendor neutral patented design, F-Response works with all Computer Forensics, eDiscovery and Data Recovery software packages, simply put, if your package reads from a hard drive, it will work with F-Response.
F-Response Minimum Hardware Requirements (Examiner Computer)
1 Gigahertz (GHz) processor or faster, 1 Gigabyte (GB) of RAM for 32-bit or 2 GB of RAM for 64-bit systems, at least 20 Gigabytes (GB) of Disk Space.
F-Response TACTICAL supports a limited set of remote target platforms including the following:
- Windows Includes Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7, 8, 10, 2012, 2016, 32 and 64bit, Physical memory only supported on 32bit and 64bit Windows
- Apple OSX 10.3+ (except High Sierra)
- Linux includes most Linux distributions build in the last 5 years
F-Response TACTICAL supports only the following set of remote cloud storage platforms:
- Microsoft Azure Blog Storage, Amazon Simple Software Services(S3), Rackspace Cloud Files, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive for Consumers, Google Drive for Consumers, Imap Email(deprecated), Gmail(OAuth)
For details on pricing for qualified individuals and organizations please contact Fulcrum with your details.