pdonyinaat March 31,2016 With Santoku Linux, users can access some free and open source tools as well as some of the commercial tools to forensically acquire and analyze data, examine mobile malware, detect malicious apps, and audit existing apps
pdonyinaat March 31,2016 I was unfamiliar with Aircrack-Ng, a tool that allows you to crack 802.11 WEP and WPA-PSK keys, until I saw it installed by default on Santoku
CCotton10at April 01,2016 Seems like this organization saw a great need in the business environment. They saw the growth in mobile applications and understood that there would be a significant need in the security area. With the continuing growth of mobile devices, their business model should do great. The fact that they are sharing stuff open source is also great.
jnegronat April 29,2016 I enjoy this video and the fact that is about mobile forensics . Definitely in an agreement with @CCotton , the fact that they are sharing all this tools is great .
vdutta1980at May 05,2016 wow.. this is a great tool. I'm comparision to some of the other mobile forensic tool, this one is a bit complicated to run. I am not an expert CLI person; this method would take me a while to learn. I do prefer the Cellebrite devices, as they are easy to manipulate and are industry renowned.