Browse. Click. Evidence.
Capture legal evidence with a single click right from your Web Browser. Create evidentiary-quality evidence from webpages and social media without technical training.
Create Authenticated Evidence
Digital evidence – like Web and Social Media pages – require proof of data authenticity and integrity as required by the Federal Rules of Evidence (901). WebPreserver provides this by placing a 256-bit digital signature and timestamps on the captured files using a certified Stratum-1 atomic clock in compliance with the eSign act.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Google+, you name it
WebPreserver can turn any social media profile into authenticated legal evidence. Simply pull up the social media profile, determine preservation parameters in the nimble drop-down menu, and preserve the required content. Capture the entire profile, or only what’s relevant. Execute fully automated preservations that resemble the original look and feel, with a variety of forensically sound export formats to support your workflow.
Websites, Blogs, Forums, just everything online
Preserve websites, blogs, feeds, and forums with one click: browse to the webpage of your choice and use the WebPreserver button to preserve the page in evidentiary quality. If the preservation is more complex, WebPreserver’s powerful bulk capture mechanism lets you preserve vast quantities of web content effortlessly, and quickly, in evidentiary quality.
No hassle with PDF tools to get your evidence ready for presentation. WebPreserver provides a quick export of your web snapshots in PDF format to print them out for your records.
Search your archives
All snapshots are full-text searchable including the webpage text, metadata and tags, giving you the ability to quickly find or filter the exact documentation you need.
Export to WARC
WARC is the Web ARChive format, an industry standard for archiving webpages and metadata meant for long term preservation of webpages. In addition to the original file format (HTML, CSS etc.), the WARC export also contains all other (header) metadata that provide details on where and when a digital files was downloaded from a web server. This format can be specifically of interest for digital forensics experts.