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Inbreeding Forensic Solutions


The inbreed revolution is upon us. PDA devices and cell phones have merged to create a new powerful device that is causing a new addiction in society. With this new revolution in technology, a new evolution is occurring in crimes where these devices are now playing more than just an accessory role.

Paraben Corporationís goal to keep up with todayís blurring lines between cell phones and PDAs continues on with the inbreeding of two of its premier technologies: PDA Seizure and Cell Seizure into Device Seizure. Paraben Corporation has developed tools to assist Law Enforcement, Corporate Security, and Digital Investigators in their forensic investigations and this dedication continues with this innovative merging of technologies.

Parabenís Device Seizure brings together PDA Seizureís mastered support of the Palm, Windows CE, Pocket PC, and BlackBerry operating systems with Cell Seizureís evolving support of Nokia, Motorola, Siemens, LG, Samsung, and SIM Cards. The merger will add even more support for some of the latest cell phone models as well as support for the robust Symbian operating system used in both cell phones and PDAs. Device Seizure is the premier forensic tool for any handheld digital device.

Along with the release of Device Seizure, Paraben is also pleased to announce the release of new advanced training classes: Cell Seizure Advanced Forensics and SIM Card Forensics.

Paraben was founded in 1999. Paraben quickly became a leader in specialized computer forensic software with its release of PDA Seizure in early 2002. Since then, Paraben has released many other computer forensic software titles, training classes, and hardware.

Paraben has its corporate headquarters in Pleasant Grove, Utah with a satellite office in the Washington D.C. area. Paraben offers its training classes in locations throughout the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, & Australia. With over 15 years of computer forensics experience, Parabenís Executive team continues to strive to for a paradigm change in the field of computer forensics


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