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[[File:AdrianSantangelo.jpg|right|Adrian Santangelo, Interpreting Technology]] Adrian Santangelo has over a decade of computer forensic experience which started with deep roots in information and network security. He has been a self-employed computer security and forensic consultant all his adult life. After starting ISC Unlimited as a computer security consulting firm in 1996, he quickly branched out to digital forensics and cyber sleuthing. He has been an active participant in many online forums and mailing lists discussions, with plenty of information readily available about with a simple Google search. (Bonus points if you can find his online alias(es)! Much of his online security history has been done under one of them.) He currently owns and operates Interpreting Technology, an information technology consulting firm. He is in the process of coming on board with the local county sheriff to handle their digital forensic needs, soon to branch out as a law enforcement team leader for digital forensics in northwest Washington state. Currently held (or close to acquiring) certifications include: MCP, MNE, A+, Security+, Network+, MCSE, CCNA, CEH, CISSP, CCE)
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'''Version Number''': 3.5
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'''Date Released''': 23 August 2011
 
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* Simultaneous extraction and analysis
 
* Added rooting support for  Android OS 1.6-2.2
 
* Added Google Services and Yahoo! Services applications groups.
 
* Added support for more than 200 new mobile devices. The total amount of supported devices is 2200
 
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[[Image:OFS2_01_Device.png|200px|thumb|center|Device summary]]
 
[[Image:OFS2_05_PhoneActivity_Date.png|200px|thumb|center|Phone Activity]]
 
[[Image:OFS2_04_LifeBlog.png|200px|thumb|center|Geo event positioning (LifeBlog) data]]
 
[[Image:OFS2_11_GeoFiles.png|200px|thumb|center|Camera shots with Geo data]]
 
[[Image:OFS2_03_SQLiteViewer_Deleted.png|200px|thumb|center|Deleted data recovery]]
 
[[Image:OFS2_08_MessagesExportPDF.png|200px|thumb|center|Sample report]]
 
[http://www.oxygen-forensic.com/en/screenshots/ More screenshots ... ]
 
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'''Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011''' is a mobile forensic software for logical analysis of [[cell phones]], [[SmartPhones|smartphones]] and [[PDAs]] developed by [[Oxygen Software]]. The suite can extract device information, contacts, calendar events, [[SMS]] messages, event logs, and files. In addition, the vendor claims the suite can extract metadata related to the above. As of September 2011 the suite supported more than 2,200 devices, including [[Nokia]], [[Apple iPhone]] series, [[Apple iPod Touch]], [[Apple iPad]], Vertu, [[Sony Ericsson]], Samsung, Motorola, [[BlackBerry|Blackberry]], Panasonic, Siemens, HTC, HP, E-Ten, Gigabyte, i-Mate and other mobile phones. The suite also supports devices running [[symbian|Symbian OS]], [[Microsoft Windows Mobile|Windows Mobile 5/6]] and [[Android|Android OS devices]].
 
  
== Forensic Soundness ==
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* [http://www.ISC-Unlimited.com/ ISC Unlimited (no longer maintained)]
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* [http://www.InterpretingTech.com/ Interpreting Technology]
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* [http://www.LinkedIn.com/in/AdrianSantangelo/ LinkedIn Profile]
  
The suite access devices using advanced proprietary protocols. Some devices like smartphones require an Agent installation. Installing software onto the device being examined can be treated as an impact of the forensic soundness of the investigation. But as not much information is obtainable by other means and the impact is documented, it may still be admissible under the [[Best Evidence Rule]].
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[[Category:People]]
 
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== Previous Names ==
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Oxygen Forensic Suite was previously marketed as "Oxygen Phone Manager II (Forensic Edition)".
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== External Links ==
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* [http://www.oxygen-forensic.com/ Official web site]
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[[Category:Windows Mobile]]
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[[Category:Mobile device tools]]
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Revision as of 02:08, 4 January 2012

Adrian Santangelo, Interpreting Technology
Adrian Santangelo has over a decade of computer forensic experience which started with deep roots in information and network security. He has been a self-employed computer security and forensic consultant all his adult life. After starting ISC Unlimited as a computer security consulting firm in 1996, he quickly branched out to digital forensics and cyber sleuthing. He has been an active participant in many online forums and mailing lists discussions, with plenty of information readily available about with a simple Google search. (Bonus points if you can find his online alias(es)! Much of his online security history has been done under one of them.) He currently owns and operates Interpreting Technology, an information technology consulting firm. He is in the process of coming on board with the local county sheriff to handle their digital forensic needs, soon to branch out as a law enforcement team leader for digital forensics in northwest Washington state. Currently held (or close to acquiring) certifications include: MCP, MNE, A+, Security+, Network+, MCSE, CCNA, CEH, CISSP, CCE)


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