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Walkthrough: Analyze DI Face Detection Recognition

Let’s check out the new features of the Face Detection within Griffeye Analyze DI. Make sure in the Analyze Forensic Market you have the Face and Video utility pack both activated before you create your case. Once you do so, we can go ahead and create a new case, and bring in our data. I’m … Continue reading

An Introduction To Theft Of Trade Secrets Investigations

by Laurence D. Lieb, Managing Director, HaystackID. The subjects we will be covering include: Defining When One Should Reasonably Panic Reasonable Triage Steps to Take in Order to Identify if There is Only Smoke or an Actual Fire The Importance of Defining “Win” Upfront and the Avoidance of Mission Creep Definition and Identification of trade … Continue reading

Enfuse 2017 – Recap

by Mattia Epifani, Forensic Focus The Enfuse Conference, organized by Guidance Software, took place between 21st and 24th May at Caesar Palace Conference Center in Las Vegas. More than 1,500 attendees were present, coming from different fields like digital forensics, e-discovery, incident response and cybersecurity. Most of the attendees were from the US and Canada … Continue reading

Samsung sBrowser – Android Forensics: A Look Into The Cache Files

by Robert Craig and Michael Lambert Abstract Samsung devices are a large portion of the Android OS market.  Samsung has its own Internet Browser, “sbrowser”, installed onto their devices.  All web browsers leave artifacts from user activity.  The “sbrowser” cache files were similar to other browsers.  An embedded source URL gave insight where the cached … Continue reading

Forensic Acquisition of Google Accounts

Google collects and retains massive amounts of data about everyone who uses their services. Gaining access to that data is essential for solving many types of crimes. Learning what Google knows about the suspect can be a matter of utter importance for investigators and forensic experts. Unfortunately, standard means of accessing this information lack transparency … Continue reading

The Future of Mobile Forensics: November 2015 Follow-Up

by Oleg Afonin, Danil Nikolaev, Yuri Gubanov Mobile forensics is a moving target. In our recent article, “The Future of Mobile Forensics”, we described acquisition techniques that used to be state-of-the art back then. Weeks later, some things had changed already. Three months after the publication a lot of things have changed. Our publication was … Continue reading

Android Forensics

 Smartphones are changing the IT and Communication landscape vastly.  A Smartphone can do almost every good thing a computer can do. Today most of the corporate employee access and manage their official emails through the e-mail client installed on their Smartphone. Right from booking movie tickets to making fund transfers, all e-commerce and online banking … Continue reading

Android Tracking – from a forensic point of view

– Introduction – In my last article on iPhoneTracking, I tried to explain Apple’s crowd-sourced location based service. Obviously Android has to do something similar to provide a good user experience using location based services… Also back in April 2011 some people, who wrote stuff about iPhoneTracking, also mentioned Android with a sentence or two without … Continue reading

Android Forensics Study of Password and Pattern Lock Protection

Let’s see what Pattern Lock is, how to access, determine or even get rid of it? We’ll also speak about Password Lock Protection and find out what it has in common with Pattern Lock. And finally we’ll try to understand how these locks are related to forensic investigation process. What is Pattern Lock? Generally pattern lock … Continue reading

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