Paraben Corporation Releases New Version of Popular Porn Detection Stick

Paraben Corporation releases version 1.1.1 of Porn Detection Stick.

Orem, UT, May 19, 2010 --( Paraben Corporation, a provider of digital forensics solutions, has announced the release of Paraben’s Porn Detection Stick 1.1.1. Paraben has been a major player in the hard drive forensics community since being founded in 1999. With the initial release of the Porn Detection Stick (PDS) in March 2010, and this new version release; Paraben has taken a large step forward into the consumer-protection market.

The Porn Detection Stick is a thumb drive size device that will scan hard drives and peripherals for pornographic/illicit content and provide a report of suspect images. The Porn Detection Stick version 1.1.1 adds valuable components to an already feature-rich tool that will aid in both corporate and family protection against inappropriate content.

New Features of PDS v1.1.1 include:

New support for deleted image recovery
New data carving and recovery from unallocated space
New Windows 7 deleted image recovery
Enhanced obscuring of illicit images for review
Wiping of images rather than simple deletion
Added ability to search in archives

Customers who currently own a PDS can easily update their product by using the built-in “Update” option. For any questions or concerns please contact Paraben Corporation at 801-796-0944.

About Paraben
Paraben Corporation specializes in computer forensic software for enterprises and consumers. Established in 1999, Paraben became a leader in handheld forensics with the release of PDA Seizure and Cell Seizure in 2002, the first commercially available tools for cell phone forensics. Paraben then combined them to create Device Seizure in 2006; a comprehensive forensic solution for cell phones and PDAs. In addition to their specialty of forensics for mobile devices; Paraben also has several digital forensic software titles for forensic analysis of hard drives and media (P2 Commander) and specialized tools for enterprise level forensics – P2 Enterprise and P2 Shuttle. Also offered is an array of training classes, leading up to the Paraben Certified Mobile Examiner’s license and forensic hardware to be paired with their software solutions.

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Gavin Gustafson

Paraben Corporation
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