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Version 8 Beta

A Beta release of V8 of OSForensics for community testing and feedback is now available. Please see this forum post about the new features and the download link.

Older Versions

We are no longer working on older versions of OSForensics, but you can download the older versions of OSForensics on our website. This is purely for supporting users of the previous versions.

We recommend upgrading to Version 7 where possible, as we have improved many aspects of OSForensics and have addressed many issues based on user feedback.

If you do not wish to upgrade to Version 7, you can download old software releases here.

Version Download
OSForensics v6.1.1005 Download
OSForensics v5.2.1007 Download
OSForensics v4.0.1002 Download

System requirements

Windows Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10
Windows Server 2000, 2003, 2008, 2012, 2016, 2019
32bit and 64bit support, (64bit recommended)
Minimum 1GB of RAM. (8GB+ recommended)
200MB of free disk space, or can be run from USB drive

Download Hash Sets

OSForensics allows you to use Hash Sets to quickly identify known safe files (such as operating system and program files) or known suspected files (such as viruses, trojans, hacker scripts) to reduce the need for further time-consuming analysis. You can download some sample hash sets below. They are individually zipped.

Hash sets Size Download
Windows 10 Home v1709 build:16299 (x64) hash set 37,376 KB Download
Windows 8.1 Professional (x64) hash set 10,228 KB Download
Windows 8.1 (x64) hash set 10,232 KB Download
Windows 8 Professional (x64) hash set 9,785 KB Download
Windows 8 (x64) hash set 9,785 KB Download
Win7 Ultimate (32-bit) hash set 18,825 KB Download
Win7 Enterprise (x64) hash set 11,670 KB Download
Vista Business (32-bit) hash set 8,475 KB Download
Vista Business (x64) hash set 8,069 KB Download
XP Professional SP3 (32-bit) hash set 1,889 KB Download
XP Professional SP2 (x64) hash set 1,456 KB Download
Office 365 v1806 build:10228 (Win10) hash set 1,528 KB Download
Office 2007 Enterprise (Vista) hash set 1,313 KB Download
Office 2007 Enterprise (Win7) hash set 1,978 KB Download
Common Keyloggers hash set. Old set from 2010 124 KB Download
Common Keyloggers hash set on Win10 64bit, 2019
Already bundled with OSF V7
281 KB Download
Common Peer to Peer P2P tools hash set on Win10 64bit, 2019.
Already bundled with OSF V7
1177 КВ Download
Common Cryptocurrency tools hash set on Win10 64bit, 2019.
Already bundled with OSF V7
761 KB Download
Common VPN tools hash set on Win10 64bit, 2019.
Already bundled with OSF V7
761 KB Download

The hash sets can also be purchased as a complete set pre-loaded onto a hard disk.

Installing the Hash Sets

To install the hash sets, you must download the individual zip files (linked above), and unzip them into the OSForensics program data folder.

On Vista, Windows 7, Server 2008+ & Win10, this would typically be the following folder (you may need to enable viewing of hidden directories to see it or enter it directly into the Explorer address bar):
C:\ProgramData\PassMark\OSForensics\hashSets

On XP and Server 2000/2003, it is typically something like this:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\PassMark\OSForensics\hashSets

You will then need to restart OSForensics if you have it currently open. When you next start OSForensics, you should now find additional sets listed in the tree view under the "Hash Sets" module.

Download Rainbow Tables

OSForensics enables you to utilize Rainbow Tables to retrieve passwords given that you have the hash (encrypted text) of that password. The use of rainbow tables serve essentially as a time-memory trade off in the decryption of a hash. That is, they store precomputed password to hash pairs, so that instead of generating these pairs on the fly, you can just search for a hash in the table to recover the password corresponding to that hash. OSForensics can generate Rainbow Tables for different input parameters. Some example Rainbow Tables are available below for download. They are individually zipped. To install the Rainbow Tables for use with OSForensics, refer to the paragraph below. To use these rainbow tables for password retrieval, click the "Retrieve Password with Rainbow Table" tab in the Passwords module of OSForensics. You can also download and use Indexed Rainbow Tables from rainbowtables.com (use RTI1 files only) with OSForensics.

Hash sets Size Download
md5_loweralpha-numeric#1-7_0_72656x4797112_OSF 32.6 MB Download
lm_alpha-numeric#1-7_0_23680x23656320_OSF 172 MB Download
sha1_loweralpha-numeric#1-6_0_4235x3708576_OSF 20.4 MB Download

The rainbow tables can also be purchased as a set pre-loaded onto a hard disk.

Installing the Rainbow Tables

To install the Rainbow Tables, you must download the individual zip files (linked above), and unzip them into the RainbowTables folder located in the OSForensics program data folder.

On Vista, Windows 7-10, and Server 2008 and up, this would typically be the following folder (you may need to enable viewing of hidden directories to see it or enter it directly into the Explorer address bar):
C:\ProgramData\PassMark\OSForensics\RainbowTables

On XP and Server 2000/2003, it is typically something like this:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\PassMark\OSForensics\RainbowTables

If you already have OSForensics open, then you may need to click the "Refresh" button under the rainbow tables display window to view the rainbow table/s you have added.