Atola TaskForce is a high-performance forensic imager capable of working with both good and damaged media, developed specifically for forensic use.
It supports SAS, SATA, USB and IDE drives via 18 ports, and other storage devices via Thunderbolt, Apple PCIe, and M.2 SSD extension modules.
TaskForce can be operated either in standalone mode or by multiple users within the same local network.
This forensic imager consists of a hardware unit and software accessible in Google Chrome browser.
TaskForce Web API enables automation of forensic imaging and subsequent start of evidence analysis with software like Magnet AXIOM, X-Ways, Autopsy, etc.
Atola TaskForce combines vast multi-tasking capabilities with the fastest imaging engine in the forensic market.
Its server-class hardware enables launching and managing 12+ parallel image acquisition processes.
Physically damaged hard drives and problematic solid-state drives require a complex imaging approach. TaskForce forensic imager is designed to achieve the best results getting as much data as possible. It includes the following features:
TaskForce hardware is equipped with full circuit protection to prevent a malfunctioning storage device connected to the unit causing damage to the system or to itself.
TaskForce user interface is highly intuitive, task-oriented. It is designed to facilitate work with evidence for investigators with different levels of technical proficiency.
UI features are:
TaskForce allows access from any device within the same local network by entering the IP address in Google Chrome. To simplify connectivity, the IP address is displayed on the small screen in the front panel.
The system's compact size (see Hardware specs) combined with standalone mode makes it great for in-the-field work. Beautiful built-in TaskForce touch screen is always at hand. No other computers need to be involved.
TaskForce is equipped with built-in Wi-Fi access point for easy connection. It is disabled by default. When you enable WiFi, it sets up a secure network available for remote control via laptop, tablet or smartphone.