Magnet Forensics is a global leader in digital investigative technology and is built on a foundation of helping and empowerment. The technology helps investigative teams find more evidence and empowers them to uncover the truth
The products produced by Magnet are designed to utilise the latest technological innovations to help law enforcement, consultants, military, and private
enterprise deal with digital forensic challenges. The products use AI, automation, advanced searching techniques, modern data visualisation -
and more - to help investigative teams find digital evidence and understand the story it is telling.
The solutions have been used in cases ranging from child exploitation, counter terrorism (including the Boston Marathon bombing), violent crimes, employee investigations, incident response, and other crimes and investigations.
Investigators need to recover evidence from a wide range of sources and
Magnet IEF is well-known - and well-respected - by forensic teams. It's used by thousands of forensics professionals around the world to find, analyse and report on the digital evidence from computers, smartphones and tablets. It's essential to uncovering more digital evidence, reaching the relevent issues quicker and easily sharing findings.
Magnet IEF is designed to work with other popular computer forensics tools such as Guidance EnCase, FTK, Nuix or X-ways and popular mobile forensics tools
such as Cellebrite’s UFED OR Oxygen Forensics.
Use IEF in combination with these tools to find more digital evidence.
Magnet ACQUIRE is a software solution that enables digital forensic examiners to quickly and easily acquire forensic images of any iOS or Android device, hard drives, and removable media. This powerful acquisition product is available at no cost to the forensic community.
Magnet ACQUIRE smartphone support includes: iOS and Android.
Magnet ACQUIRE PC support includes: Windows, Linux, and OS X.
Magnet FRONTLINE is designed for non-technical personnel in law enforcement, customs and border security, and parole and probation roles looking to conduct
an on-scene search and preview of the Internet activity on a subject’s computer to qualify it for seizure.
With this technology, non-forensic staff are able to assist with the identification of potential sources of digital forensics evidence in situations where digital forensic staff are not present.
More information about these technologies is available in our resources section.