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fSekrit / Re: Beta: fSekrit 1.40 needs some abuse!
« on: November 07, 2009, 07:47 AM »
f0dder - thanks for the explanation  :)

great news on the hyperlink issue - thanks for looking at this

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fSekrit / Re: Beta: fSekrit 1.40 needs some abuse!
« on: November 07, 2009, 05:21 AM »
This is more of a question that a comment :)

When FSEKRIT creates a temporary file prior to confirming the save has worked - is the temporary file securely overwritten with random data or "o"s in order to remove a security risk?

Also, one feature that would be a huge bonus would be for FSEKRIT to reconnise hyperlinks i.e. a 1 click jump to an URL if the url was included in the text

Is this likely anytime soon?

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Milos

I've only just started using DupeTrasher so I apologize if I'm not familiar with all of it's features...

One thing I'd like is to be able to force a deletion from a particular drive rather than rely on oldest etc. For example I have 2 trees (or drives)  MASTER and COPY. I only want to remove duplicates from COPY and never from MASTER.

Is this possible?

Also one of the best tools I've used http://www.funduc.com/dupfiles.htm had an option to calculate MD5 or CRC32 hashes for a binary level comparison. Have you considered adding this as an option?

Finally, I spend a lot of time working on de-duping all sorts of files. So far no one has developed a tool that will reliably de-dupe Outlook MSG files. (The problem is that every MSG file is slightly different even when the same message is exported multiple times.) What is needed is a tool that reads some of the internal meta-data such as FROM, TO, SUBJECT, MESSAGE BODY etc. and uses this for de-dupe purposes rather than rely on MD5 or CRC32 hashes.

Is this something you would be interested in doing?

I'd be happy to share with you the procedures I've managed to use. Let me know: irh [AT] advancedforensics.com

Happy Holidays!

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« on: February 17, 2008, 10:38 AM »
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