RabbitHole is the digital forensic analyst's 'go-to' tool for forensic data exploration. It lets them drill down into data and effortlessly switch to the optimal view for the data format they are looking at. It works by combining an expanding range of data format viewers into a single interface, leveraging the concept of ‘Reparsing’ – letting users take some or all of the data from one view and reparse it into a new, more appropriate format, all within the same tool.Download brochure
This introductory video explains the key capabilities and benefits of RabbitHole, including the data types which are supported.
In this video, Alex Caithness discusses the enhancements to RabbitHole that are now included with Release 2.2.
In this video Alex Caithness explains how RabbitHole is able to process artefacts and build reports quickly and easily with the tree parser.
In this video, Principal Analyst Alex Caithness demonstrates the new reparsers for three key storage formats for the Chrome browser: IndexedDB, Local Storage and Session Storage. These three formats are widely used by websites and web apps to store data on a local user’s machine.