SiQuest's flagship product is the Internet Examiner® Toolkit (IXTKTM) which was designed as a complete solution for the discovery, collection, analysis and reporting of Internet based evidence obtained from computers, hard drives, live memory dumps, the Internet, and mobile devices.
IXTK is the first forensic tool to incorporate "live" Internet investigative functionality with special features for real-time collection of evidence. It is also the first tool to implement configurable Language Themes with support for 17 different languages
IXTK recovers Internet browser artifacts; chat, email and instant messages; pictures; movies; and other information relating to social networking, peer-to-peer (file sharing) programs and cloud based services. Popular brands or vendor names supported include but are not limited to Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Facebook, Skype, Twitter, Kik and YouTube. IXTK also natively mounts and searches common forensic disk image formats (e.g., E01, Ex01, L01, Lx01, AFF and Raw/DD). In addition, powerful GREP Expression and keyword searching capabilities with clean carving options make it possible to find virtually any type of artifact
IXTK was originally created with the intention of supporting worldwide government and law enforcement agencies in their fight against crimes against children (e.g., child pornography, child luring), as well as, criminal offenses involving Internet related activities. Two things IXTK does particularly well is categorize picture evidence and analyze video files with individual frame extraction for early assessment review.
Today, IXTK also services private industry where matters involve corporate litigation, corporate security, due diligence, trademark and copyright infringements, theft of data, and violation of accepted use policies.