Tag Archives: cell phone forensic

Our Global Digital Dilemma

In the last two weeks, I have met with representatives from over 80 different countries through several digital initiatives and partnerships I am a part of. These meetings have taken place across the globe, but the the theme of each … Continue reading

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Chip-Off and JTAG Nonsense

For some time now the talk in the mobile forensic world is all about ISP, JTAG, and chip-off. Let us take a look at what people are really talking about, why having an understaning of these methods is critical, and … Continue reading

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Burners and BackDoors

Throughout the evolution of mobile device examinations there has always been obstacles imposed by the carriers.  From locking a device’s USB port, to removing the ability of software to use development level protocols.  This is not a new tactic for … Continue reading

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Carving the artifacts

Recently, I spoke at length to a trainer of MFI that stirred up some great feelings when it comes to searching. And when I talk about feelings don’t get freaked out, but moreover they are the kind of emotions only … Continue reading

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