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Magnet Forensics AXIOM 7.10 is now available! Animated Maps, Email Explorer, New License Packages, and So Much More.

We are happy to announce the release of Magnet Forensics AXIOM 7.10. This is the final release before the biggest release of the year, AXIOM 8.0, which will be launched at our annual Magnet User Summit (MUS) in Nashville.


AXIOM 7.10 adds a range of new features and new artefact support to keep your investigations current with the latest evidence sources:


  • Updates to Thorn’s CSAM Model – increasing the accuracy of Thorn’s CSAM model.

  • Animated Maps – visualizes the movements of subjects based on their device data.

  • Email Explorer – An intuitive view of email messages to facilitate the review of email evidence.

  • New AXIOM License Packages – Get even more from your AXIOM licenses with advanced Triage and Reporting capabilities and the option to accelerate your DFIR workflows with automation.


Updates to Thorn’s CSAM Model


To help accelerate your investigations and identify victims of child sexual abuse faster AXIOM has an integration with Thorn’s advanced AI model: the CSAM Image Classifier. In AXIOM 7.10, Thorn’s CSAM model has been updated to provide even greater accuracy, addressing false positive hits for different image types and increasing the precision of both CSAM and pornography detection to 99.9%.


Thorn has been around since 2012, building technology to defend children from sexual abuse. Their CSAM Image Classifier—a machine learning classification model predicts the likelihood that a file contains imagery of child sexual abuse to help stop revictimization caused by the further spread of abuse content while also protecting the mental health of the people responsible for reviewing it. 


Animated Maps


As with many things, seeing is believing. To help add important context to your reports and testimony in court, we have introduced Animated Maps* in Magnet AXIOM.


You can now generate animated routes in AXIOM to show the movements of subjects to help provide context for investigations and court testimony. Routes can be built using the evidence from artefact data containing timestamps and location data – such as mobile and drone data – for specific time and date ranges.


With the prominence of mobile data in criminal investigations, you can tap into a rich well of location data. Animated Maps allow you to demonstrate the “where” and “when” of your findings in a clear and engaging visual demonstrating the movements of suspects, victims, or witnesses.




Email Explorer

In 2023, an estimated 347.3 billion e-mails were sent and received daily around the world. 85% of users use smartphones to access email, making it one of the most significant evidence sources coming from your mobile investigation


AXIOM’s Email Explorer** allows you to review email evidence in a familiar format that mirrors the appearance of common email platforms. It presents messages similarly to how the sender and recipient would have initially viewed them and provides important context that may otherwise be missed. Much like a native email platform, Email Examiner also offers several filters and search capabilities to narrow in on specific message times or themes to help manage the volume of data.




New Magnet Forensics AXIOM 7.10 Artefacts

  • Edge Chromium (iOS, macOS, Windows)

  • Edge Chromium Current Session

  • Journals (iOS)

  • Voice Mail (iOS)


Updated Artefacts

  • Apple Mail (iOS)

  • Call Logs (Android)

  • Chrome (Android)

  • Chrome Current Sessions

  • Chrome Cookies (iOS, macOS, Windows)

  • Chrome Logins (Windows)

  • Chrome Web Visits (Android, iOS, Linux, macOS, Windows)

  • Digital Wellbeing Events (Android)

  • Facebook Messenger Messages (Android)

  • Instagram Direct Messages (iOS)

  • Telegram (iOS)

  • Telegram Chats

  • WeChat (Android)


You can upgrade to the latest version within AXIOM or at the Magnet Forensics  Customer Portal. Or, if you haven’t tried AXIOM yet, request a free trial here.  

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