PC-3000 Flash Data Recovery Technologies for NAND-Based Drives Training
Digital forensics experts and data recovery professionals who take this course will be able to restore damaged NAND-based drives, including monolith devices (MicroSD; xD; SD, UFD, MS in monolith package).
This training course provides you with a comprehensive pathway of all steps necessary for NAND Flash memory and monolith data recovery with the help of PC-3000 Flash.
PC-3000 Flash is a professional solution for recovering data from all types of flash drives: USB Flash Drives, SD cards, microSD cards, etc.
The training classes are fully equipped with 8 individual workstations with everything necessary to train a data recovery engineer under the guidance of the highly experienced ACE Lab instructors.
Exclusive training on NAND technologies from ACE Lab in the USA
Unique opportunity to acquire the skills of recovering data from damaged monoliths
Efficient combination of theoretical knowledge and numerous practical cases of data recovery
Individual approach is guaranteed to every student
Official certificate received upon completion of the training
1st day Theoretical overview of NAND memory theory. How PC-3000 Flash can help.
2nd day Detailed study of the PC-3000 Flash functionality. Real-life examples followed by practical exercises based on real cases.
3rd day Practical tasks helping to consolidate the new knowledge and to gain a complete picture of how to perform NAND data recovery and how to use the PC-3000 Flash in the most efficient way.
4th day Monoliths. Installation of monolith chip into a Spider Board adapter.
5th day SSD – Techniques for diagnosis and determination of malfunction, and two approaches to data recovery from SSD drives using PC-3000 SSD
FLASH DATA RECOVERY EXPERT TRAINING
1. Introduction & Concepts
Structure flowchart of NAND memory devices.
Classification of damages of Flash memory based devices.
2. Memory Chips
Types of memory chip cases.
Memory chip internals.
Memory chip identification. Degrees of importance.
Characteristics of reading algorithm. SDR and DDR chips.
3. Organization of Information Storage in NAND Memory Based Drives
Tendencies in drive development.
Page and Block in memory chip.
Memory chip ID.
Block Diagram of Controller Operation.
4. PC-3000 Flash System
Structure and application.
Main strategy and structure of PC-3000 Flash.
Stages of Working on Data Recovery Tasks.
5. Reading of Memory Chips
Readout circuit chip dump.
Reference memory chips.
“Direct” readout chip.
What PC-3000 Flash can do during chip reading into dump.
6. Data Preparation Algorithm
Methods of Data Preparation:
Join by bytes.
Internal Interleave elimination.
External Interleave elimination.
7. ECC – Bit Error Correction
Causes of errors.
ECC type Auto detection.
Additional ways of improving data quality result.
8. Verification of Applied Data Preparation Steps
Verification of applied data preparation steps.
Data preparation implementation. Ways to check if data preparation is done correctly.
9. Algorithms of Image Generation
Different types of markers.
Image building based on data analysis.
10. Data Recovery in Automatic Mode
Global Solution Center.
11. Analysis and Improvement of Built Image
Data quality analysis.
Versions for block.
Shifts between banks.
Addition of virtual partition.
At this training seminar you will be taught to solve wide variety of tasks from the easiest to very complex and even unusual ones. Each attendee can choose difficulty level and try to solve this type of task. The technique of drive dismantling, memory chip unsoldering and their preparation for reading process will be demonstrated at training The training will take place on the last version of PC-3000 Flash.
MONOLITH DATA RECOVERY EXPERT TRAINING
An overview of the different types of monolith drives based on NAND Flash memory
Features & Challenges
Evaluation pins, transition holes, traces, including implementation details and sizes.
An overview of the tools and methods required for stripping the ceramic layer of the monolith drive.
Monolith database, conditions of access, and searching for pinout.
PC-3000 Flash Spider Board – the newest universal adapter for working with monolith chips.
Functions & Possibilities
An overview of tools, methods and the specific materials needed for monolith chip cleaning.
Installation of monolith chip into a Spider Board adapter.
The selection of needles for setting on a monolith
Reading a memory chip dump – including: features, possible problems and solutions.
Data recovery with the help of PC-3000 Flash system.
During this training, students are required to pass all the necessary steps required for demonstrating
in-depth knowledge of stripping the monolith ceramic layer, setting needles and reading data from monolith chips.
PC-3000 SSD DATA RECOVERY
Characteristics of data storage in SSD
Software and hardware implementation of SSD
PC-3000 SSD utility. Components. Features
Technique of primary diagnosis and determination of the nature of malfunction
Two approaches of data recovery from SSD
Practice – Solving of real cases on damaged drives:
Van Gogh Utility
Van Gogh2 Utility
Intel Postville Utility
The real damaged drives will be examined during the practice. Under the guidance of an experienced tutor you will acquire all the necessary skills and knowledge for data recovery and repair of modern SSD.
There are no prerequisites for students. Laptops will be provided at the course location.
PC-3000 Flash Forensic Expert Online Training
You will get 3 days of remote training online of about 4-5 hours each day.
1 External inspection of the drive.
2 Determining the type of the problem
2.1 Logical and Physical Damages
3 Diagnostics of logical damages
4 Getting access to data in case of logical corruption
5 features of unboxing the drive case
5.1 Different drive structures
6 Types of storage devices depending on the hardware platform
6.1 Drives with PCB
6.3 EMMC chips
7 Structure of drives with PCB
7.1 External examination and diagnostics of a drive with a PCB
7.2 Determining the type of memory chip
7.3 Features of dismantling different memory chips
8 Methods for grinding a monolith
8.1 Overview of adapters for working with monoliths
8.2 Technique for soldering the monolith
8.3 Using the Spider Board to work with a monolith
9 Ways to work with EMMC
9.1 Overview of adapters for working with EMMC
9.2 Correctly creating a task for working with EMMC
10 Reading a memory chip dump
11 Flash storage controllers.
12 Emulation of controller operation
12.1 Brief Description of Controller Conversions
13 How to work with a dump
13.1 Part “Inserts”
13.5 Part”Additional transformations”
14 Image building
14.2 Block numbers
14.3 Extensions (Translators and Block Numbers)
15 Methods based on data analysis
16 Global Solution center