About

This site serves as a blog for publishing research and distributing FREE scripts and programs that I have written for the forensic community. My research relates to Forensics Artifacts, Reverse Engineering, and anything connected to Digital Forensics in general.

About Yogesh Khatri

I am a passionate researcher always in the quest of finding new and innovative solutions to problems in the electronic forensics realm.

I have in my short career of 15 years, had the good fortune of working with some of the best and well known experts as well as working for one of the most successful forensics software company (back in its hey-day) - encase/guidance software. During this time I have been consulting and training clients worldwide including many Fortune 100 companies and police personnel.

I enjoy teaching and have moved to Burlington, Vermont (USA) now where I teach digital forensics full time as an Assistant Professor at Champlain College. I was also for a short while an adjunct professor with Gujarat Forensic Sciences University in India.

In the last few years, I have taken an active interest in macOS forensics which has led to the development of the tool mac_apt (macOS Artifact Parsing Tool) for live/deadbox analysis, as well as some smaller projects like -
Spotlight Parser
UnifiedLogging parser
Other mac artifact parsers

I can be reached at the following email address
[email protected]

or on Twitter @swiftforensics