SAFE Block 1.3
Provides the ability to simultaneously write block as many disk devices as are connected to a computer.
You can set SAFE Block to remember each device's status (blocked or un-blocked) for ease of use on repeated use on a computer/laptop.
NOTE: You will need to request a free trial license in order to be able to use this product.
- Simple. SAFE Block is a simple Windows GUI interface that allows the user the ability to block and un-block any disk or flash storage device detected by Windows. Devices are listed in a tree by type (USB, SCSI, IDE) and, where appropriate, by controller and channel.
- Block Multiple Devices. SAFE Block provides the ability to simultaneously write block as many disk devices as are connected to a computer without the need for multiple expensive hardware write blocking devices.
- Application Independent. SAFE Block is application independent and works with all forensic acquisition and analysis applications.
- Faster Than Hardware. SAFE Block allows for write blocked, Windows-based, disk imaging speeds that are over 100% faster than imaging in Windows using commercially available hardware-based write blockers.
- Faster Than Linux. SAFE Block provides for write blocked, Windows-based, disk imaging speeds that are over 50% faster than available Linux-based imaging environments.
- HPA and DCO Support. SAFE Block identifies and provides access to Host Protected Areas (HPAs) and Device Configuration Overlay (DCOs) on IDE (PATA and SATA) disks, connected directly via PATA or SATA controllers. HPAs are temporarily removed and make no permanent modification to the disk configuration, using volatile HPA commands.
- Since a DCO cannot be removed temporarily, SAFE Block preserves all DCO information, allowing safe removal of the DCO or HPA/DCO combination, then upon completion of the acquisition, replacement of the DCO or HPA/DCO combination back to its original state.
- Automatic Write Blocking. SAFE Block provides automatic write blocking of all directly attached media, including IDE, SCSI, USB, and IEEE 1394. The user controls automatic write blocking policies for fixed and/or removable disks. The user can have SAFE Block remember each device's blocked or un-blocked status for ease of use on media repeatedly used on a workstation/laptop.
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