- Data capture, analysis, investigation and dissemination
- The most advanced imaging solution available
- An easy-to-use interface
- Five built-in, fast and thorough search engines
- Built-in development environment
- Built-in file viewers for hundreds of file types
- The leading salvage engine
- Extremely fast hash engines and automated data reduction techniques
- Built-in e-mail store processing, searching and viewing
- Filesystem, file and e-mail recovery
- Multiple categorization features
- Registry viewing and searching
- Virus/Trojan search and identification
- VMware virtual disk production from devices or images
- Context dictionary production for password cracking
- IVault data store preparation and production
- Support for all common archive file formats
- Deconstruction of evidentially useful file types
- Sorting, grouping and filtering of files and e-mail.
- Advanced analysis functions
- Advanced MS Outlook e-mail recovery
- Password protected file detection
What Our Customers Are Saying:
"...IXImager just out-performed the tool in our exercise. Lots of admiring by hard-core [other product] users took place in this class. Lots of IXImager envy."
- Federal Computer
1996 – Distribution of file system analysis utilities for Windows operating systems, allowing them to analyze unix filesystems.
1998 – Distribution of ILook tools to military and intelligence agencies in the United Kingdom and other EU countries.
1999 – Distribution of ILook to military intelligence and law enforcement agencies worldwide.
2000 – Support of the toolset was begun by the Criminal Investigation Division of IRS in the U.S.
2002 – ILook receives expanded support from other U.S. federal agencies including the FBI and DoD
2003 – Perlustro Develops IXImager, the first forensics certified bootable Linux imaging system.
2003 – Perlustro enters into 5 year U.S. Government production contract for ILook and IXImager.
2004 – Perlustro builds Apple System Imaging capability in IXImager Version 2, and provides the first, and only, authenticated image file format, which both protects data and provides judicially verifiable self-authenticated imaging in computer forensics.
2004 – Release of ILook Investigator Version 8 computer forensics software and distribution around the world to restricted authorized users in military, intelligence and law enforcement agencies only.
2004 – United States Department of Defense Cybercrime center tests and certifies ILook and IXImager as being fully qualified for computer forensics criminal investigations.
2006 – Perlustro is issued the only NIST certified computer foreniscs imaging solution to achieve a 100% test rating on all forensics functions used by thousands of investigators around the world. To date, not other tool ever tested has achieved the same standards test ratings.
2006 – MiTRE Corporation conducts testing of top 6 computer forensics commercial tools and ILook simultaneously, and certifies ILook and IXImager for use in intelligence investigations of national security agencies in the United States.
2008 – Perlustro releases commercial eDiscovery tools to data distributors; including acquisition, distribution and SDK development tool packages.