I released Unfurl last year and it's been a fun little tool. In case you haven't used it before, Unfurl takes a URL and expands ("unfurls") it into a graph, with each node representing some part of the URL.

Here is a very simple example:

I've heard from some people that they find the tool helpful, but a little boring. It's just text, squares, and lines, with a few emojis thrown in. It's not very exciting.

I totally get it. It's 2020; we all expected "Minority Report"-style interfaces for our forensic tools. And here I am, part of the problem, giving you a tool whose output you could draw on a whiteboard.

Unfurl is just too boring, too... 2D.

I'm happy to announce that Unfurl is no longer stuck in two dimensions! Here is the newest version everyone has been waiting for: Unfurl 3D!

And yes, if you have a VR headset, you can click that "VR" button in the bottom corner to enter full VR and Unfurl away!

You can give it a try at https://dfir.blog/unfurl-3d/. I'm going to keep the old, obsolete 2D version available at https://dfir.blog/unfurl/ for a while, just in case.