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Koko Kanu Cocktail Recipes

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First person to mention the number of shopping days remaining until Christmas gets a slap! It is still summer here. A Bank Holiday weekend and the sun is out! Tropical cocktails all the way with Koko Kanu Coconut Rum Liqueur centre stage.

I’ve just been sent a sample bottle of this coconut flavoured rum; it packs a higher percentage of alcohol than the other major brands and makes for a cleaner, fresher, drink. Lovely simply served over ice, you could add a big splash of cola if you are so inclined but Koko Kanu really comes into its own as a base for some tropical cocktails.

Koko Kanu’s carefree soul, with a subtle blend of the finest Jamaican Rum and Coconut flavour, makes it the perfect mixer for a Koko Kolada!

Koko Kanu Cocktail Recipes: Koko Colada

40ml white run

40ml Koko Kanu

40ml pineapple juice

Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled glass. Decorate with a grating of nutmeg.

Koko Kanu Cocktail Recipes: Koko Colada

Koko Kanu Cocktail Recipes: Monkey Shine

60ml white rum

30ml Koko Kanu

30ml pineapple juice

A variation on the Koko Colada but sporting a natty cinnamon-sugar rim decoration.

Koko Kanu Cocktail Recipes: Monkey Shine

Koko Kanu Cocktail Recipes: Hawaiian

15ml Triple Sec

15ml white rum

60ml Koko Kanu

45ml fresh orange juice

45ml fresh pineapple juice

30ml fresh lime juice

15ml sugar syrup

30ml cream of coconut

Pour all ingredients into a blender along with two large scoops of crushed ice. Blend and serve decorated with pineapple and cherries.

Koko Kanu Cocktail Recipes: Hawaiian

The label on each bottle of Koko Kanu features two of Jamaica’s national symbols the Doctor humming bird and the Lignum Vitae flower. Koko Kanu is available from Masters of Malt (19.54) and Amazon (16).

Koko Kanu Cocktail Recipes Written by wine scribbler at Spittoon – Wine, Cocktails, Food and Travel

Atola Insight Forensic 4.9 Thunderbolt extension

We are delighted to announce the release of Atola Insight Forensic 4.9!

With this release we introduce our new Thunderbolt extension module, which will enable forensically sound imaging and other operations on all generations of MacBooks.

The full list of Atola Insight Forensic 4.9 changes can be found here: Atola Insight Forensic Changelog.

Supported interfaces and functionality

Thunderbolt extension enables Insight to work on all MacBooks with the following interfaces:

  • FireWire
  • Thunderbolt 2
  • Thunderbolt 3

With the help of Thunderbolt extension module you can perform such operations:

  • imaging
  • hash calculation
  • hash verification
  • comparing
  • media scan
  • file recovery

2016 and 2017 generations of MacBooks have non-extractable SSD drives, so the only way to handle such drives is by booting the MacBook in Target mode. In fact, with Insight’s Thunderbolt extension you can operate on all Macbooks the same way, hard drive extraction is no longer necessary.

If you want to learn more about other 4.9 changes, visit this page:Atola Insight Forensic Changelog.

Where to buy

If you still do not have an Atola Insight Forensic and would like to place an order, this can be done directly via Atola Technology, or from a distributor near you:

http://atola.com/wheretobuy/

Please contact our Atola Technology sales to receive more specific information:

P.S. Dear customers, we appreciate your feedback and will take it into account when making changes to the product. Therefore, please feel free to write your thoughts or ideas as comments below.

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Comparing Hashes of Source and Target to Find Modified Data

So you have a Source evidence drive and its image on a different device, and you have a record that their hash values were identical in the past.

If you get a different hash value when you calculate the hash of the target now, it could be due to hardware failure, or because the device containing your image was used by a third party.

To understand how substantial these changes are, you will want to locate the sectors that have been modified.

  1. In the Disk Utilities category click Compare subcategory.
  2. Make sure that the whole range of sectors of the drive and radio button next to Device on DiskSense Target Port option is selected
  3. Click Compare button.

Atola Insight Forensic’s high-performance compare function will compare the source and the target and will help you identify and locate the modified sectors:

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