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  • Cell Phone Forensics- Recovery Extraction Tool

    Looking to see what type of software and or hardware different departments use to recover data or information from cell phones when you are executing a search warrant? I heard of Cellebrite but I think that is going to be to extreme for my departments needs. I was looking into OxygenForensics Kit/ OxygenForensic Detective. Does anyone have any experience using this software? Or is any one using anything else out there? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Good luck getting that kind of info on an open forum. I'd say "aqua".
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      You might find the sleuthkit/autopsy open-source forensic software useful -- it's a good tool-set with some good extensions -- here are some links to assist in getting you started ...

      http://www.sleuthkit.org/autopsy/doc...bile_page.html
      http://sleuthkit.org/autopsy/docs/us...yzer_page.html
      https://www.sleuthkit.org/autopsy/

      https://www.nist.gov/sites/default/f...halik_OSMF.pdf

      http://lyle.smu.edu/~lsykalski/paper...eForensics.pdf
      http://freeandroidforensics.blogspot...oid-image.html

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        It's common knowledge at this point that Cellebrite dominates the cell phone forensics market in terms of data extraction, accessibility, and general access to the newest phones. The vendors know they cant fully compete so they focus on other aspects. For example, Oxygen has way more support to apps and built in SQlite and Plist browsers. It depends on what your needs are. Check the link out for some general info. Lots of information out there, also check Forensic Focus.

        http://smarterforensics.com/2015/06/...eally-good-at/

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