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Training, Talks and Mobile Forensics – Interview with Glenn Baard

Today on the Mobile Forensic Examiner I spoke with Glenn Baard the CTO for PATC.  They not only train on mobile forensics but also still work forensic cases for many LE agencies that either do not have the tools, or … Continue reading

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Supreme Court, Mobile Devices and Forensics – With Tyler Clarke

Fantastic talk today with Tyler Clarke with Reno Police.  We spoke about the recent Supreme Court Decision, Mobile Forensics and where it is going, today’s digial data and much more.  I have to say speaking to Tyler made me want … Continue reading

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What’s Up With Whatsapp

WhatsApp Messenger is a cross platform mobile application which allows you to exchange messages without paying for SMS. This information is taken from www.whatsapp.com that also describes that the application can be used on the iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows … Continue reading

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FTK 3.2 and cellphones

A little bit of a layoff on the blog due to some crazy class schedules, but hey I am here again at 30,000 feet so what the heck. Lets talk about AccessData’s FTK.  I have been messing with AccessData’s new … Continue reading

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Mobile Forensics Inc 303 – Release Notes

Another airblog for you. This time coming from 40,000 feet! Finally a new MFI on-site course! We ran this course in some private venues to seen how it went. To be honest we sorta feel like a band doing a … Continue reading

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File 0000000000000001.db? If that’s a file where would you look?

When processing an Apple device, check the files located in /private/var/mobile/Library WebKit/Databases. The Databases.db file is a SQLite Database file that contains a listing of databases.  This file can include (https) Google Mail and Yahoo Mail.  The corresponding file name … Continue reading

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