For Law Enforcement

Desktop and mobile forensic tools

ElcomSoft serves governments, military and law enforcement customers by supplying a range of tools for computer and mobile forensics. Our tools are fully accountable and forensically sound, and require no steep learning curve and no special trainings or certifications. Evidence extracted or recovered with ElcomSoft tools is admissible in the court. Expert-level support, concise maintenance and update policies make our products a solid investment.

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For Business

IT security and data extraction solutions

Regain control over locked, encrypted or password-protected data, perform comprehensive security audit and extract information from a wide range of mobile devices. ElcomSoft products deliver cutting-edge technologies, offering the highest possible performance at a highly competitive price point. Regular updates and continuous maintenance will protect your investment. Out tools require no steep learning curve, and are the perfect choice for continuous use and one-off jobs.

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For Home Users

Password recovery tools for computers and mobile devices

Unlock valuable information protected with lost and forgotten passwords. With hundreds of thousands passwords lost every year, protected information becomes unavailable to the rightful owner. ElcomSoft products help regain control over encrypted data, recover lost and forgotten passwords and access locked-out accounts in popular operating systems, applications and services. With cutting-edge hardware acceleration technologies, our tools are the fastest on the market when using consumer-grade gaming video cards for accelerating the recovery.

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Blog updates

Elcomsoft Phone Viewer 4.30 supports GrayKey images, Microsoft Store version of iTunes

«Elcomsoft Phone Viewer is updated to support file system images produced by GrayKey in the course of iOS physical extraction. In addition, version 4.30 is now able to automatically locate iOS backups produced by Microsoft Store version of Apple iTunes.»

24 January, 2019

Apple iTunes: Standalone vs. Microsoft Store Edition

«Since April 2018, Apple made iTunes available to Windows 10 users through the Microsoft Store. While the stand-alone download remains available from Apple’s Web site, it is no longer offered by default to Windows 10 users. Instead, visitors are directed to Microsoft Store, which will handle the installation and updates of the iTunes app.   […]»

23 January, 2019Oleg Afonin

Why SSDs Die a Sudden Death (and How to Deal with It)

«Many thanks to Roman Morozov, ACELab technical support specialist, for sharing his extensive knowledge and expertise and for all the time he spent ditching bugs in this article. In our previous article Life after Trim: Using Factory Access Mode for Imaging SSD Drives we only mentioned reliability of SSD drives briefly. As you may know, […]»

18 January, 2019Oleg Afonin