Difference between revisions of "Oxygen Forensic Suite 2013"

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*Support for Apple iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c
 
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*Support for Apple iOS 7.0.2
 
*Support for Google Nexus 5 and Samsugn Galaxy SIV
 
*Support for Google Nexus 5 and Samsugn Galaxy SIV
 
*Support for Google Drive, PayPal, C-Mail, Yandex.Browser
 
*Support for Google Drive, PayPal, C-Mail, Yandex.Browser

Revision as of 08:21, 3 October 2013

Current version

Version Number: 5.3.1

Date Released: 02 October 2013

Recent changes
  • Support for Apple iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c
  • Support for Apple iOS 7.0.2
  • Support for Google Nexus 5 and Samsugn Galaxy SIV
  • Support for Google Drive, PayPal, C-Mail, Yandex.Browser
  • The total amount of supported devices is over 6950
  • The total amount of supported apps is over 250
Screenshots
Device summary
Phone Activity
Geo event positioning data
Camera shots with Geo data
Communication Statistics
Deleted data recovery
Sample report

More screenshots ...

Oxygen Forensic Suite 2013 is a mobile forensic software for logical analysis of cell phones, 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 October 2013 the suite supported more than 6,950 devices, including Nokia, Apple iPhone series, Apple iPod Touch, Apple iPad, Vertu, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Motorola, Blackberry, Panasonic, Siemens, HTC, HP, E-Ten, Gigabyte, i-Mate, Chinese (Mediatek) Phones and other mobile phones. The suite also supports devices running Symbian OS, Windows Mobile 5/6, Microsoft Windows Phone 8 and Android OS devices.

Forensic Soundness

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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