haneenat January 29,2016 I'm currently using Android OS and I'm happy with it's simplicity, In addition to its encryption methods, but from a forensics perspective IOS is safer to use, I don't like dealing with it's OS and the very complicated tasks you would do to for example download a video fron iTunes. But all that is good from safety perspective.
For the versions and new upgrades, its cool to move forward with people and technology. But for me I like to stay using the version that I get used to it. The reason why, because the new ones have more operating system holes and are more vulnerable than the old ones, just like PCs.
cg09829at July 11,2016 Interesting but not overly informational...I have done mobile forensics for the Coast Guard...we use Cellebrite to pull information from all the mobile devices we get off of interdictions out at sea...one of our biggest challenges is getting information out of GPS devices, either hardwired or hand-held...it's interesting what you can pull off a mobile device from a drug smuggler...
ronnypaladinoat July 29,2016 A little dated video. Android mobile devices tend to be less secure than Apple mobile phones. This is due to the fact that Apple will not let any application available that hasn't been deeply examined, unless the phone is jail broken. On the other hand, anybody can write an Android app, maybe malicious, and it will most likely be available for the users to download.
dbegumat December 12,2016 Interesting presentation on mobile forensic analysis that is different than computer forensic analysis. There are a lot of younger user generating tons of data via text messages, email, picture sharing, etc. Some of the challenges mentioned in the video is decrypting passwords, Sandbox, etc. One of the suggestion speaker gave was when working with mobile, it’s best to block the remote wi-fi of the mobile device so that it cannot be wiped via network. This can be done via Faraday Bag, Forensic Sim or Airplane Mode to name a few. The speaker also mentioned things that they offer as well as the free software that are out there for mobile forensics. I am sure there are many other software by now since the video isn’t most current. And I agree with aholcom2 that the video sound quality isn’t the best.
CyberRangerat December 15,2016 Cellebrite is dominating this space. Mobile is growing big. Live Acquisition. Android for life. People just need to stop being lazy and take an interest in understanding their phone. Especially if your glued to it and use it for a lot of personal stuff.