New Free Forensics Tool: Dropbox Reader

Dropbox Reader aids cyberinvestigators in reading evidence files associated with the Dropbox cloud storage software

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

June 17, 2011

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Ithaca, NY -- Jun 16, 2011 / ( -- ATC-NY has just released a new, free forensics tool called Dropbox Reader. Dropbox Reader is a collection of command-line Python scripts to aid cyber investigators in reading evidence files associated with the Dropbox cloud storage software. These tools can run on Windows, Macintosh, and Linux systems. With Dropbox Reader, you can acquire infor mation about the registered Dropbox account, shared directories, and synchronized files.

Dropbox Reader is now available for download, free of charge. No registration is required.

For more information or to download this utility, go to:

ATC-NY offers the innovative Cyber Marshal series of forensic tools. These tools help law enforcement and cyber security specialists access and analyze information that would otherwise be difficult or time-consuming to obtain. The award-winning cyber forensic tools include Live Marshal (perform live investigations remotely), Mac Marshal (investigate Mac OS X Systems), P2P Marshal (analyze peer-to-peer file-sharing usage), and Router Marshal (acquire evidence from routers).

For more information about these other ATC-NY forensics tools and services, visit:


Located in Ithaca, NY, ATC-NY conducts advanced research and development in computer security and information assurance. It offers a broad suite of products to the forensic community, including P2P Marshal(TM), Mac Marshal(TM), Router Marshal(TM), and Live Marshal(TM). ATC-NY is a subsidiary of Architecture Technology Corporation (ATC), headquartered in Eden Prairie, MN. Founded in 1981, ATC specializes in software-intensive solutions for complex problems in information security, enterprise-scale network computing architectures, and network management. ATC's customers include firms in the private sector and government agencies such as the U.S. Department of Defense, the FAA, the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Transportation.

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