Free computer forensic tools
Forensic Control, a London-based cybersecurity & computer forensics company, created this public list of free computer forensic software in 2011. It was last updated on 29 November 2017. Updates are announced at twitter.com/ForensicControl.
The For reference section lists applications which appear to be no longer maintained, but may still be of use.
We’re happy to receive suggestions for inclusion on this list. The software must be free and unrestricted, that is, fully functional and not time-limited. Please send your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Forensic Control provides no support or warranties for the listed software, and it is the user’s responsibility to verify licensing agreements. Inclusion on the list does not equate to a recommendation. Using forensic software does not, on its own, make the user a forensic analyst or the output court admissible. Publishing the whole or part of this list is licensed under the terms of the Creative Commons – Attribution Non-Commercial 4.0 license.