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How To Acquire Mobile Data With MD-NEXT From HancomGMD

by Michelle Oh, HancomGMD  With an ever-increasing range of features and dramatically increased storage capacity, digital devices have become essential to our daily life. Their ability to store vast amounts of data means that these devices have proliferated and are now found in every household. They therefore prove to be a source of crucial information that … Continue reading

The Future of Mobile Forensics

by Oleg Afonin, Danil Nikolaev & Yuri Gubanov © Belkasoft Research 2015 Most would agree that the golden age of mobile forensics is over. There is no longer an easy way to get through the passcode in new iOS devices running the latest version of iOS. Chip-off acquisition is dead for iOS devices due to … Continue reading

How To Decrypt WeChat EnMicroMsg.db Database?

WeChat is a smartphone application where users can chat with their friends, share pictures, videos and audio chats. Users can also make free video calls and voice calls with their friends as long as they have Internet connection. Recently, we received a request from the law enforcement agency to extract WeChat chat messages from an Android mobile … 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

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