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iOS Timeline with CookieMonster

Giving a video/blog post a try.  Today, I am looking at the Cookies.binarycookies files contained within the Library/Cookies folder on iOS devices – generally in the Application folders. Many apps contain this file when utilizing their built in web browsers.  When … Continue reading

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Android Driver Problems Solved

Processing of an Android device with a solution running on a Windows computer can at times be difficult. Not because of windows, but because of the many different types of Android device profiles available. At last count there were over … 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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Mobile Forensics and Today – Interview with James Howe

The Mobile Forensic Examiner welcomed James Howe to the show.  James is a forensic examiner in Columbus and says digital evidence from mobile devices is used in just about every case.  Furthermore, he says smart devices account for 90% of … Continue reading

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The Paradigm Shift

There is a shift in the force. Using a statement that most still understand, no matter what age group you might come from. This Paradigm Shift comes in the form of digital forensics, specifically mobile device forensics. Said simply enough, … Continue reading

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