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More and more cases involve digital evidence obtained from smartphones, computers, tablets, hard drives, etc. Testers need a solution that unifies all of this data and automates some tedious acquisition and processing tasks, freeing up time for further analysis. AXIOM Magnet Crack is a comprehensive digital investigation platform that allows examiners to obtain and analyze forensic data transparently and share their results.

AXIOM Magnet License Key quickly processes and prepares evidence of smartphones and computers in a single file. Review tools help forensic professionals quickly find and visualize the most relevant data for better analysis. AXIOM is used by digital forensics professionals to search for evidence that other tools cannot find, to verify data, and to integrate images obtained with other tools into a single file for inspection.

For users of IEF magnets, AXIOM goes beyond the ability to research and create a powerful IEF. With AXIOM Magnet Patch, testers can access and search file system data, perform full disk decryption, use Magnet.AI for contextual chat analysis, etc.

How does Magnet AXIOM works?

  • Acquisition

The more data sources there are – be it smartphones, computers, clouds, publishable data, IoT devices – the more difficult it is to gather all sources of evidence when investigating. AXIOM Magnet Keygen streamlines the acquisition of data sources during the first stage of the digital forensic examination and combines all sources of evidence in a single file.

  • Data Recovery

Built on the premise that the earliest forensic artifacts are the most efficient way to search and examine data, AXIOM quickly obtains the most relevant information. Artifacts such as browser history, email, chat, images, location data, videos, documents, and social media appear quickly for immediate analysis. Use Dynamic App Finder to find relevant artifact data such as chats from applications that are not yet supported.

  • Data Analysis

Verifying more apps, storage, and hidden data than before can be time-consuming. AXIOM’s powerful and intuitive analysis functions such as Connections, Timeline, and Magnet.AI help examiners and forensic professionals quickly discover the truth and understand what really happened.

  • Report

Get clear visual reports in a variety of different formats for all audiences. AXIOM reporting tools, such as Portable Case, present information in a format that can be understood by non-technical stakeholders, which means less manual work collecting your results and more time to collaborate with others.

Why Choose Magnet AXIOM? (Features):

  • Recover Data from the Most Sources

AXIOM Magnet License Key is a comprehensive investigation platform with the ability to retrieve, analyze, and report data from cellular, computer, and cloud sources. Features like Timeline analyze data from all sources of evidence.

  • Find Key Evidence Quickly

Revealing the evidence, you need has never been easier. The Magnet.AI module, the industry’s first machine learning technology, searches for text and multimedia content to automatically identify nudity, weapons, drugs, and sexual conversations.

  • Visualize Connections Between Files, Users, and Devices

Find a complete history of files or artifacts to build your case and prove your intention. Connections at AXIOM view the evidence from disk and memory to show where the files come from, who they are connected to, and where they are stored.

  • Get Advanced Mac Support

Examine Mac devices with AXIOM Magnet Full Version – which supports HFS + and APFS and decrypt encrypted FileVault 2 disks, volumes, and partitions. Find more macOS artifacts with AXIOM such as FSEvents and Bash History.

What’s new in Magnet AXIOM

(Released on 04-05-2021)


  • Application Permissions | Android: Added parsing and carving support to retrieve permissions used by each package and indicate what permissions have been granted by the user and requested by the application.
  • Application Permissions | iOS and macOS: Updated the naming conventions for the Application Permissions artifact to indicate “macOS, iOS” rather than “AppleOS”.
  • Artifact categories: The artifact categories have undergone some changes this release, so some items might not appear where you’d expect when you’re looking for an artifact in AXIOM Process, AXIOM Examine, and the Artifact Reference.
  • Chat is now Communication.
  • Email is now Email & Calendar.
  • Encryption is now Encryption & Credentials.
  • Mobile is now Application Usage.
  • Transportation & Travel is now Location & Travel.
  • Internet of Things is now Connected Devices.
  • Many of the artifacts previously found under Operating System, Mobile, and Cloud have been relocated to more appropriate categories.
  • Bash/ZSH Sessions | Linux: Added support for recovering Bash information, including session ID, user, start date/time, end date/time, and session command history.
  • Burner Messages | Android and iOS: Updated the Burner artifact to display the local users’ names instead of phone numbers for messages.
  • Chrome | iOS: Updated support for recovering last tabs and current tabs.
  • Cron Jobs | Linux: Added support for recovering information about scheduled tasks, such as frequency, command, and paths of the directories.
  • Facebook Messenger | Android and iOS: Updated the Facebook Messenger Messages chat threading to show sender names before sender IDs, and to show only two participants.
  • Google Meet | iOS: Updated support for recovering user emails and user names for meeting history.
  • Grindr | iOS: Added support for recovering group members and updated support for recovering messages and buddies.
  • Instagram Media | iOS: Updating support for the Instagram Media artifact to recover Instagram Reels videos.
  • Kiwi Browser | Android: Updated support for the latest version.
  • Life360 | Android: Updated support for recovering circle members, local user accounts, messages, and places.
  • Location History | iOS: Removed the Local User fragment from the Significant Locations and Significant Locations Visits artifacts as there was no data to report.
  • MMS | Android: Updated carving support for the Android MMS artifact to recover and join information from multiple tables.
  • Motion Photos | Android: Updated support to retrieve SHA1 and PhotoDNA hashes.
  • Network Interfaces | Linux: Added support for recovering network interface information and their DHCP leases assigned by the local DHCP server.
  • OneDrive Files | Cloud: Updated support to acquire last modified name.
  • Operation System Information | Linux: Added support for recovering Linux operation system installation information.
  • PowerLog | iOS: Updated the PowerLog artifacts to uniformly display the Adjusted/Original Date/Time.
  • PowerShell History | Windows: Added support for recovering PowerShell history, including the user that executed the command and the command text.
  • Recent Files | Linux: Added support for recovering information about the files that are recently accessed by a user.
  • Samsung Health | Android: Added parsing support to retrieve user information from the Samsung Health app, including name, profile image, email, birthday, height, weight, and more.
  • Signal | Android: Updated support for Messages, Charts, and User artifacts for Android Signal.
  • Slack | iOS: Updated support for recovering recipients for direct messages.
  • Snapchat | iOS: Updated parsing and carving support for recovering Snapchat username information.
  • SSH Keys | Linux: Added support for recovering SSH Keys information, including file name, key type, encryption type, MAC times, and file content.
  • Startup Items | Linux: Added support for recovering information about configured auto-run scripts that open when a Linux device starts.
  • System Logs | Linux: Added support for recovering OS-generated logs stored on the machine.
  • Telegram | iOS: Updated support for the Telegram artifact to recover deleted account information in the latest version of Telegram.
  • Tinder Accounts | Android: Updated support for recovering user IDs and names.
  • Trash Items | Linux: Added support for recovering items that a user has sent to the trash, including both deleted files and deleted directories.
  • Uber Cached Locations | Android and iOS: Updated support to retrieve the name of the cached location, tags assigned to the location by the user, and categories assigned to the location by Uber.
  • Updated Custom File Type searches to support custom file type searching on Linux.
  • Updated support for filtering creation date/time information for the following media-related artifacts: Your Phone Pictures, KakaoTalk Pictures, Line Pictures, Live Photos, Motion Photos, Pictures, Videos, Whatsapp Profile Pictures.
  • User Accounts | Linux: Added support for recovering user account information such as the username, password hash, last password change date/time, user ID, account description, and more.
  • WeChat Friends | iOS: Updated parsing support for the WeChat Friends artifact to recover profile image, nickname, chat room participants, and geolocation information.
  • Wickr Messages | Android, iOS, and Windows: Updated the Wickr Messages artifact schemas to be consistent across different platforms (iOS, Android, and Windows), updated support to recover room name and chat type information, and updated support for system messages.
  • Yahoo Webmail | Android: Updated parsing support to retrieve attachment files.
    You can now process Linux images using a dedicated workflow in the AXIOM Process. Load Linux images or add Linux files and folders through Evidence sources > Computer > Linux.


  • In March 2021, the format of warrant returns provided by Apple changed. For information about processing the new warrant return format, login to the Customer Portal to review the Prepare Apple Warrant Returns for acquisition article.
  • Prior to acquiring public activity from Instagram, you can now check the user name or hashtag in the AXIOM Process to make sure it’s valid.
  • You can now save cloud acquisitions to AFF4-L containers. In AXIOM 5.0.0 and later, the default container type for cloud acquisitions is AFF4-L. You can configure your preferred container type from the Tools > Settings menu.


  • You can now process Linux images using a dedicated workflow in the AXIOM Process. Load Linux images or add Linux files and folders through Evidence sources > Computer > Linux.
  • Reduced scan times by approximately 30%. Note: Performance improvements are applicable to running AXIOM Process on systems with Windows 8 or later with SSSE3 architecture CPUs.
  • You can now click the headings on the Scan summary screen to expand or collapse the sections to see more information.
  • You can now view the “Tag files with matching hash values” setting in the Scan summary screen and Case Information.txt file.
  • As of Magnet AXIOM 5.0.0, Windows 7 will no longer be supported for use with AXIOM Process or AXIOM Examine. In this and future versions, we might introduce features or enhancements to Magnet AXIOM that might not function optimally on a computer with the Windows 7 operating system installed. For the best experience with Magnet AXIOM, we recommend that you upgrade to a supported operating system. For more information about minimum and recommended system requirements, review the following article in the Customer Portal: System requirements: Magnet AXIOM and Magnet AXIOM Cyber.


  • In the Media explorer, view, sort, and filter media evidence using criteria that are specific to pictures and videos. The Media explorer stacks copies of the same picture or video that were found in different source locations, so you only have to view each media item once. If AXIOM Examine finds multiple artifacts from the same media file in one source location, you can view related artifacts to see the details of each copy.
  • You can add keywords to your case and run keyword searches against your already processed evidence, without creating new evidence items or having to repeat all of the processing steps from when you first scanned the evidence. You can also choose which evidence sources you want to search for keywords. During an all content search, AXIOM Examine processes keyword snippets from the selected evidence sources only. After, AXIOM Examine searches all artifacts in the case for matches, which you can find using the Keyword lists filter.
  • You can now add comments to multiple tagged items at the same time.
  • Improvements to searching and displaying hiberfil.sys files including searching hiberfil.sys files for keywords, viewing the decompressed content in the Text and hex card, and labeling the type as “Hiberfil” instead of “File” in the File system explorer.

Bug fixes:

  • Acquisition of a account would sometimes time out when downloading files.
  • After successfully completing a password attack, a lock icon still appeared next to the evidence item that was successfully decrypted.
  • Due to a change by Google, you were unable to acquire Google Activity.
  • If a file path for a folder from an APFS file system included a \ (backslash character) followed by a | (vertical bar character), AXIOM was unable to display some information about the evidence item.
  • Previews of PDF documents were not displayed in the Preview card in AXIOM Examine.
  • When categorizing media with medium thumbnails, AXIOM Examine’s performance would significantly slow down.
  • When finishing a search with a large number of nested archives, the AXIOM Process would sometimes become unresponsive or crash and report that not enough quota was available to process the command.
  • Previously, an incorrect attachment file was recovered for TextNow for iOS.
  • The text from Twitter Direct Messages for Android devices was displayed twice in the Text column and in the Details card.
  • Updated ExifTool to version 12.25.
  • When processing old versions of Signal for iOS (prior to version 3.2), temporary files produced as part of the decryption process were not properly cleaned up or removed when processing was complete.
  • When you loaded UFED physical extractions into AXIOM, some text messages were not carved.
  • When you added .zip, .tar, .7z as file extensions to the Custom File Types list in AXIOM Process and processed a container with expandable archive files, the archive files were not listed in the Custom section of the Artifact Explorer.

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How to install & activate?
  • Disconnect from the internet (Recommended).
  • Extract and install Magnet AXIOM by sing setup.
  • After the installation, don’t run the program or exit if running.
  • Copy all the crack files to the installation directory and replace them (Respectively).
  • It’s done, Enjoy Magnet AXIOM Full Version.

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      1. Ken probably wanted to say that there are such forensic complexes as: ‘Mobile Forensic Detective’, ‘Mobile Forensic Expert’, ‘UFED 4PC’, ‘UFED Physical Analyzer’, ‘Belkasoft Evidence Center’ and ‘Elcomsoft iOS Toolkit’

  1. how about:

    Elcomsoft iOS Forensic Toolkit?

    BlackLight ANALYZE

    mobiledit forensic-express

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