Cannot get "Specify a browser history file" or "Find browser history files to work. In am using the Cnet version of the Mandiant Web Historian Software, as the Mandiant Company has been asorbed by ano
I have no quick answer here. Just some thoughts. 1) The program works only with a specific range of Internet Explorer versions and, as far as I know, that does not include the current IE. Didn't this programs stop accessing histories past IE version 8? 2) Format your file type? Huh? Does that mean the file type you are going to make a report in or the type of files you are searching through? The answer to that may be related to why it can't find the index file. 3) I gather noone has deleted the index.dat file (using something like CCleaner); SwiftSearch could find it for you. 4) Wouldn't hurt to install IECacheView for Internet Explorer and take a peek. 5) Documents and Settings? I's not sure what your OS is, but in XP, you could drill down to Documents and Settings on the C Drive in Explorer. Not having your program installed, I don't know if you have a browse option to drill to that or if you really have to type Documents and Settings. It would seem an absurb coincidence that the program would use some file name that is also such a prime area in the C Drive directory and not be trying to tap that. Well, I don't have the answer for you but maybe something I have said will be the clue you need.
Nov 04, 2014 |
Mandiant Web Historian