WiebeTech announces RedPort: a new way to write-block
November 7, 2006
WiebeTech announces a new computer forensic product line that write-blocks an attached device internally at the host computer port instead of externally with a docking device.
RedPort™, WiebeTech’s new line of forensic host cards, adds write-blocked ports to a Windows or Linux computer assuring that attached devices have read-only capability. RedPort works much like a forensic docking product by preventing writes to drives; but instead of being an external docking device, RedPort works within the host.
The ports are literally red in color. Connecting to RedPort on the back of a computer means the attached enclosure is write-blocked. RedPort SCSI or Fibre Channel work with PCIe slots and provide either a SCSI or Fibre Channel interface.
RedPort SCSI offers a SCSI Ultra320 interface and delivers data transfer rates up to 320MB/s. The product retails for $1,295.95 and is in stock and ready to ship. (Part # RP-PCIE-SCSI).
RedPort Fibre Channel delivers up to 800 MB/s throughput per channel in full-duplex mode. The product retails for $3,185.95 and is in stock and ready to ship. (Part #RP-PCIE-FC).