CAINE It is a well-known GNU / Linux distribution and we have already talked about it on other occasions in LxA. It is one of many Linux distributions oriented towards computer security, specifically it is designed for forensic data analysis. Its acronym stands for Computer Aided INvestigative Environment, and as they well indicate, it is a great environment for forensic investigation with all the artillery of tools for analysis that it contains already pre-installed.
After almost a year since CAINE 8.0 was announced, the developers have been quietly working constantly and intensively so that now we can enjoy CAINE 9.0. It is still the complete suite that was the distro in its previous versions but with many new features and updates that you will like and that will improve the work of security professionals. And if you are one of them, you can download Live (64-bit only) from the official project website in addition to getting documentation and the list of tools included ... Those responsible for the development of this operating system have wanted to continue offering users the best tools in CAINE 9.0 and among the news we now have this new Release is based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and uses a Linux kernel 4.4.0-97, managing to work on any system with UEFI and Secure Boot without problems, as well as with BIOS (or Legacy mode) and have the latest drivers for current hardware.
Thousands of updated tools to the most current versions of them, such as VolDiff, RegRipper, Safecopy, PFF Tools, Mouseemu, Infoga, TheHarvester, Tinfoleak, and a long etc. In addition the new scripts have been included, with corrections of errors found in previous versions as usual. And as additional security, CAINE's SSH Server is disabled by default, if you want to use it you will have to activate it, but it will not be active by default to avoid problems.