If you are doing anything but the most rudimentary analysis you need the Cellebrite suite.
One of the distinctions that we still find in cyberforensics is between media forensics and network forensics.
Over the years Cellebrite has been a pioneer in mobile device forensics.
This is an “over-the-network” tool. Under the license, you can connect up to 2,000 nodes.
The inclusion of case management in digital forensic tools is becoming much more common, but there are some functions in Lima that we don’t find anywhere else.
NetDetector always has been a good series for Niksun, but this new version tops everything they’ve done so far.
This one is a bit of a different beast from the other forensic tools we’ve seen. Frankly, we had a little trouble placing it in a review group because it is one of those next-generation tools that gives a lot of bang for the buck. One of its biggest bangs is its ability to analyze…
Paraben was one of, if not the, pioneer in mobile device forensics long before we called it that.
This is a very interesting tool and, though it does just one thing – monitor and record remote terminal services sessions – it does that quite well.
XRY Office is a mobile device analysis tool, unusual in that it is very strong in recovering forensic data from devices that are locked without having to know the unlock code.
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