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WinHex 14.9

Posted on Saturday, April 19 2008 @ 20:01:07 CEST by

WinHex is in its core a universal hexadecimal editor, particularly helpful in the realm of computer forensics, data recovery, low-level data processing, and IT security. An advanced tool for everyday and emergency use: inspect and edit all kinds of files, recover deleted files or lost data from hard drives with corrupt file systems or from digital camera cards.

  • Better structured and more visually appealing representation of internal file metadata in Details mode for various file types.
  • Support for true Unicode filenames for the examination of Zip, RAR, and 7zip archives. Note that for Zip archives with true Unicode filenames to be processed correctly, you need to pick the correct code page in the case properties first. E.g. for Zip archives created under Linux, that's likely UTF-8. For Zip archives created under Windows in Asia, that's likely a regional code page.
  • Better support for very large archives in excess of 2 GB. Some other minor improvements in relation to archive handling.
  • Some minor improvements/fixes for e-mail processing, concerning filename conflicts, e-mails with unusual line-break formats, Pegasus Mail and PocoMail files.
  • The option to not include free drive space in otherwise complete sector-wise images of partitions/volumes is now available in X-Ways Forensics, too, not only in WinHex when run with a specialist or forensic license. It's now included in X-Ways Forensics because more selective instead of complete acquisitions may be preferable or even required in certain jurisdictions and because certain prosecutors wish to limit examinations to existing files anyway. Special precautions help to avoid unintentional use of this option.
  • Ability to filter out those previously existing items only whose first cluster is known to be unavailable (most notably the so-called "X files"), by using a new third state of the checkbox entitled "List previously existing items".
  • Ability to focus on files that have child objects with the Attribute filter.
  • Whenever one or more filters are active that actually filter out items in the currently displayed directory browser, the two blue filter symbols in the directory browser's caption line are now clickable and allow you to deactivate all filters with a single mouse click, to ensure you are not missing any file. This was a frequently requested feature. Comments on the actual implementation are welcome, by e-mail or in the computer forensics section of the forum.

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