New Timesketch UI – same great functionality, new wrapping

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It has always been our focus to push the boundaries on how we interact with forensic timeline data and how we enable collaboration for DFIR teams. Over the past year we have been busy updating the entire Timesketch frontend in order to make new features possible, the developer experience better and build a more maintainable … Continue reading New Timesketch UI – same great functionality, new wrapping

Thinking in Graphs

As an incident response engineer at Google, nearly every incident I’ve investigated leads to one common truth: relationships between events are more important than the events themselves. As of today Timesketch supports a new experimental graph integration to explore these relationships. Say hello to the new Graph View Complementing the tabular view Timesketch was designed to make … Continue reading Thinking in Graphs

Timeline analysis from the future

Demo server is now available! https://demo.timesketch.org/ Timesketch is an open source collaborative forensic timeline analysis tool. It uses full text search to give you insight into your investigations. You can search hundreds of millions of events across different timelines all at once. Share your findings using saved views and add meaning to your data with … Continue reading Timeline analysis from the future

Timesketch stories

Timesketch is an open source collaborative timeline analysis tool (source code) for for digital forensics and incident response. Using sketches multiple collaborators can easily organize and concurrently analyze timelines. We are excited to announce a new version of Timesketch (2016.7 codename Interstellar). This version is packed with new features, tweaks and fixes that will make … Continue reading Timesketch stories

Charts and visualisation

Timesketch is an open source tool (source code on Github) for collaborative timeline analysis intended for digital forensics and incident response. Using sketches multiple collaborators can easily organize and concurrently analyze timelines. It supports adding rich annotations, comments and stars to add meaning to the raw data. We are happy to announce a new version … Continue reading Charts and visualisation