I have been working on a improved system lately for verifying 'real' website visitors over automated bots and crawlers. It works by detecting a type of content downloaded by the browser along with user information. Then by comparing, the system is programmed to narrow down pretty accurately whether the visitor was a person in a standard browser or not.
There have been errors across the Veltx Network recently. Perhaps over a week. It appears that multiple file permissions were set too low. Thus, writing to databases or files was apparently affected. It should be fixed now. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Xtrakt is a new forensic software tool for gathering information and files from Windows PC's. It has been designed to work with XP and Vista/7. Xtrakt can gather past and present information in the form of files from various locations, Windows logs, registry info, etc.
This should not be considered a full replacement or substitute for programs such as Cofee; as Xtrakt has not been tested in volatile evidence gathering situations.
This software should be able to gather far more information than Cofee (Microsoft developed forensic tookkit) in a tested manner with little-to-no user interaction required. In fact Xtrakt uses many of the same programs to extract information, most being available within Windows or developed by Microsoft.