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Visual Nand Reconstructor

September 29th, 2014, 11:10

Hi there,

We've spent plenty of time making a manual for our tool, then decided to make it as a book, available for FREE for anyone who's interested in NAND technology.
The first part covers fundamentals of NAND and flash controller functioning, typical data optimizations/transformations such as Scrambling (XOR), etc, that controllers do on user's data before programming it into flash.
This book could be (obviously) interesting for Data Recovery and Digital Forensic experts, as well as students, engineers and all IT folks who want to know how NAND stuff works.

Hope you learn something new!
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Re: Visual Nand Reconstructor

September 29th, 2014, 12:33

Hi Sasha

Thanks for making this available, looking forward to reading it this evening.

Kern

Re: Visual Nand Reconstructor

September 29th, 2014, 12:36

There is always something new to learn.
Thanks.

Re: Visual Nand Reconstructor

September 29th, 2014, 14:30

looks we have anew very good player . good luck Sasha

Re: Visual Nand Reconstructor

October 2nd, 2014, 9:15

Thank you Sasha, very well put together and very valuable information.

Re: Visual Nand Reconstructor

October 3rd, 2014, 14:27

Nice. Good info to learn.
Thank You.
Best of Luck.

Re: Visual Nand Reconstructor

October 17th, 2014, 2:46

tq sasha

Re: Visual Nand Reconstructor

January 5th, 2015, 3:37

visz wrote:tq sasha

Thabk you .
New infomation to learn.

Re: Visual Nand Reconstructor

January 5th, 2015, 12:03

Nice...

Re: Visual Nand Reconstructor

January 5th, 2015, 12:40

Sasha Sheremetov wrote:Hi there,

We've spent plenty of time making a manual for our tool, then decided to make it as a book, available for FREE for anyone who's interested in NAND technology.
The first part covers fundamentals of NAND and flash controller functioning, typical data optimizations/transformations such as Scrambling (XOR), etc, that controllers do on user's data before programming it into flash.
This book could be (obviously) interesting for Data Recovery and Digital Forensic experts, as well as students, engineers and all IT folks who want to know how NAND stuff works.

Hope you learn something new!


Hi Sasha ,
Do You Remember Me ? .Are you The Same Sasha Of ACELAB ? .

PS : Thanks For The Manual

Re: Visual Nand Reconstructor

January 10th, 2015, 7:00

Hi Amarbir,

Well, I'm not exactly the same - I get older and have a little beard now :wink:

Re: Visual Nand Reconstructor

January 10th, 2015, 15:39

Sasha Sheremetov wrote:Hi Amarbir,

Well, I'm not exactly the same - I get older and have a little beard now :wink:


LOL :-)

Re: Visual Nand Reconstructor

January 11th, 2015, 6:26

Haa Haa ,
Nice To See you Here .I was thinking of updating my PC 3000 Flash From Hardware Ver 1.0 To 3.0 And Get a 1 Year Ts Renewed .Is there anything from your side for mortals like us so that we can start using your tool . :D

Re: Visual Nand Reconstructor

January 11th, 2015, 16:41

Hi Amarbir,
VNR was designed for mortals (and others too), if you have an interest, just drop request through webform and our sales/support will answer all your questions.
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