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Source: WebProNews - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Intrusion Detection Chatsworth CA-based Intelligent Computer Solutions introduces a new portable high-speed hard drive duplicator. Called the Image MASSter Solo 3 Forensic, the device can duplicate hard drives as speeds of up to 3GB per minute. The IDE and SATA unit can seize SCSI drive information, and will work through FireWire and USB ports. The IMS Solo 3 has multiple ports available to capture information from other media devices.

Features that will aid law enforcement include a drive lock to prevent a suspect's hard drive from being overwritten, MD5 or CDC32 signature generation on-the-fly, and can be equipped with a Biometric Finger Print security option.

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