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== PDA Forensics ==
 
== PDA Forensics ==
===PDD===
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PDD (pdd) is a forensic tool for capturing the contents off early Palm devices.  Originally developed by Joe Grand it was one of the first Win32 executable programs to perform such an acquisition. Unfortunately there are no published methods for analyzing the resulting data.  
 
PDD (pdd) is a forensic tool for capturing the contents off early Palm devices.  Originally developed by Joe Grand it was one of the first Win32 executable programs to perform such an acquisition. Unfortunately there are no published methods for analyzing the resulting data.  
  
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ZDNET Whitepaper:  [http://whitepapers.zdnet.co.uk/0,1000000651,260089033p,00.htm]
 
ZDNET Whitepaper:  [http://whitepapers.zdnet.co.uk/0,1000000651,260089033p,00.htm]
  
===Paraben's PDA Seizure===
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===Paraben's PDA Seizure Toolbox===
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==Links==
 
==Links==

Revision as of 21:20, 16 September 2008

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Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) are handheld devices with features such as calendar, notes, and so on.

Current Popular PDA Operating Systems

PDA Forensics

Cellebrite UFED


PDD

PDD (pdd) is a forensic tool for capturing the contents off early Palm devices. Originally developed by Joe Grand it was one of the first Win32 executable programs to perform such an acquisition. Unfortunately there are no published methods for analyzing the resulting data.

PDD Links

White Paper: [1] ZDNET Whitepaper: [2]

Paraben's PDA Seizure
Paraben's PDA Seizure Toolbox

Links