yatasoyat December 15,2017 Yet another video on mobile security. I think at this point more people own smartphones than computers. A lot of companies and governments rely on phones to do their work, so this video is definitely helpful in that area.
osufitchiat April 28,2018 The increasing pace of smartphones being used around the world means that tools need to be easily and readily available for forensic analysts to analyze phones and their applications. I'm glad that the speaker gave an overview of Santoku Linux and talked about different avenues for forensic acquisition in the context of mobile phones. The percentage of phone OS's that had the discussed vulnerabilities was astounding!
djoseph4at May 04,2018 I liked this video and I think it's great to watch in an introductory forensics class like this. The video did a good job of giving an overview of the Santoku mobile forensics suite of tools, which I had never heard of before. Needless to say, I will probably try Santoku in the future because it seems to be quite useful.
mtrappat May 06,2018 This is a good video, which discusses mobile forensics at a basic and informative level. Some interesting points are where the presenter outlined 3 ways of performing acquisition forensics and 25% of IOS tested apps store passwords in plain text. I was somewhat surprised when the presenter seem to not endorse performing a "Physical" (bit copy) acquisition option. He made a point of "Physical" acquisitions contain lots of data, which creates a challenge in regard to analysis and image storage.
yalkhaliat July 18,2018 Mobile analysis and forensics is essential need nowadays with the wide spread of smartphone and applications. Santoku Linux shows useful analysis and helpful security testing. This can help people working in different sectors like application developers and forensics examiners in their work. The presentation of this application is simple and easy to follow and understand even for people who are not familiar with mobile security field.