Case Agent Companion is designed to optimize both the time of the forensic examiner and the agent working a case. Built in viewers for over 225 file formats, searching, and reporting make it a comprehensive forensic examination tool.
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Description: Paraben's Case Agent Companion is designed to optimize both the time of the forensic examiner and the agent working a case. Built in viewers for over 225 file formats, searching, and reporting make Case Agent Companion the most comprehensive forensic examination & reporting tool of its kind. Because Case Agent Companion is compatible with Paraben's P2 Examination Technology, your examination will be faster, more efficient, and more effective.
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