No, digital forensics tools are not designed to identify physical organs, whether real or fake. Digital forensics tools are used primarily to collect, preserve, analyze, and present digital evidence from electronic devices such as computers, smartphones, and storage media. They help investigators uncover information related to digital crimes, data breaches, and other illicit activities.
Identifying physical organs, whether real or fake, would fall under the expertise of medical professionals, forensic pathologists, and possibly law enforcement agencies specializing in areas such as organ trafficking or illegal organ trade. These professionals use medical examinations, imaging techniques, and other investigative methods to determine the authenticity or origin of physical organs.