Paraben Device Seizure

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Paraben's Device Seizure is a handheld forensics tool that provides deleted data recovery, full data dumps of certain cell phone models, logical and physical acquisitions of PDAs, data cable access, and advanced reporting. The amount and quality of data you can get from a full physical acquisition surpasses the information you can get from a simple logical acquisition. Device Seizure does not change data on the device.

Note: Accessing phones via IrDA and Bluetooth should only be used when other data connections are not available due to the insecure nature of these communication methods.

Supported Cell Phone Manufacturers

  • LG
  • Motorola - Including iDen
  • Nokia
  • Siemens
  • Samsung
  • Sony-Ericsson

Paraben's Device Seizure supports PDAs with the following Operating Systems:

  • Palm through 5.4
  • Windows CE/Pocket PC/Mobile 5.0 and earlier
  • BlackBerry 4.x and earlier
  • Symbian 6.0, 6.1, 7.X, 8.X, & 9.X
  • EPOC 16/32 (Psion devices)

Paraben's Device Seizure supports GSM SIM cards with use of a SIM card reader (which can be found in Device Seizure Toolbox).

Paraben's Device Seizure also supports the following types of GPS Devices with more manufacturers to follow:

  • Garmin