[FoxAnalysis] Firefox Internet History Analysis Software

Wednesday, January 8, 2014


FoxAnalysis Plus is a software tool for extracting, viewing and analysing internet history from the Mozilla Firefox web browser. The main features are described below:
  
Extract History  ::
Extract history regarding bookmarks, cookies, downloads, favicons, form entries, logins, saved sessions and website visits.   

Case Files  ::
Each Firefox profile analysed can be saved to a Case file for further analysis at a later date.   

Supports Firefox versions 3 to 24  ::
Extract history generated from Firefox versions 3 to 24 (new versions are added regularly). 

Cache ::
The built-in image viewer can be used to view images from the cache. Images, web pages and other files from the cache can also be extracted.


Saved Sessions ::
Analyse current and last session data such as open windows and tabs, cookies and text typed into forms. Session data not displayed within a table can be analysed using the tree viewer. 


Web History Timeline ::
Website visits can be viewed in a navigable timeline structure for easily viewing the time and order that websites were visited. 


Web Page Reconstruction ::
Web pages stored in the cache can be reconstructed using other resource files from the cache. This allows the web page to be viewed in the state it was originally accessed. A report is also provided summarising how the web page was reconstructed. 


Filtering ::
Analyse the extracted data with filtering by keyword, date range, download status, website visit or selection. Lists of keyword filters can also be saved and loaded. 


Reporting ::
Generate reports in HTML, CSV and XML format. 


Time Zone and DST Settings ::
Convert UTC timestamps to any time zone and apply custom daylight saving settings.  




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