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USB Historian 1.3
USB Historian 1.3 Parse USB Connection History The Microsoft Windows operating systems records artifacts when USB removable storage devices (thumb drives, iPods, digital cameras, external HDD, etc.) are connected. These artifacts can be found in Plug and Play (PnP) log files as well as the Windows Registry. For a forensic investigator dealing with the theft, movement, or access to data, these artifacts can play a critical role in an investigation. Features New: Contains a cached copy of USB IDís from http://www.linux-usb.org/usb.ids. If available VID/PID values will be looked up to provide additional device information. Parses Computer Name to easily help locating USB devices used across multiple computers. Displays over 20 attributes Wizard driven analysis Parses SetupAPI Logs (and backup logs) Able to parse multiple NTUSER.DAT files at a time Requirements: Microsoft .NET Framework v4.0 Free for both personal and commercial use v1.3 (07-24-2013) *New:* Contains a cached copy of USB IDís from http://www.linux-usb.org/usb.ids. If available VID/PID values will be looked up to provide additional device information. You can now parse multiple sources. Results will be appended to the existing results or optionally cleared. Fixed crash when VID/PID values were missing
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