Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Gmail offline...

Not to long ago someone brought to my attention that Gmail was offering to be able to have your gmail account offline. What this means is that you can look at all your e-mail that had been synched even if you are not connected to the net, sorry to say you cannot send e-mails or save them at this time that I can tell. I have come up with a parser for your gmail offline account. It only does the basics right now but we will look to add more in the future. Some of the sample reports are:

1. Contact information
2. Email conversations with hyperlink to email
3. Word Xref to email

That last one has 2 flavors depending on the option you pick when you run the parser. In the gui if you choose not to create the e-mail xref report then you will only get a report with all distinct words in the emails. If you choose to create the e-mail xref report then it will create the report with distinct words and those words will be hyperlinked to a report that will show each e-mail that the word appears in. This may take a while depending on how big the mailbox is, but it is pretty cool.

The program can be found here.

As always Questions/Comments/Suggestions.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Updated Prefetch Parser......

I have updated the prefetch parser so it will now read all the prefetch files in a directory. It will produce a main report that will show each prefetch file, the actual file name, the number of times run and the embedded date/time. You can also click on the prefetch file name and see the dll/files that were loaded when the program was run. This will work for XP, 2003 and Vista. The new program can be found here. I have left the old program out there as well in case you still want to parse a single file.

As always Questions/Comments/Thoughts?