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* [http://www.iosresearch.org Jonathan Zdziarski] has released tools that will image iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch. (law enforcement only).
 
* [http://www.iosresearch.org Jonathan Zdziarski] has released tools that will image iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch. (law enforcement only).
 
* [http://www.libimobiledevice.org/ libimobiledevice] is a library with utilities for backing up iPhones. The output format is an iTunes-style backup that can be examined with traditional tools.  They are available in the Debian-testing packages '''libimobiledevice''' and '''libimobiledevice-utils'''.
 
* [http://www.libimobiledevice.org/ libimobiledevice] is a library with utilities for backing up iPhones. The output format is an iTunes-style backup that can be examined with traditional tools.  They are available in the Debian-testing packages '''libimobiledevice''' and '''libimobiledevice-utils'''.
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* [[.XRY|Micro Systemation .XRY]]
 
* [[Nuix Desktop]] and [[Proof Finder]] can detect and analyse many databases from iOS and iPhones and can directly ingest HFSX dd images.
 
* [[Nuix Desktop]] and [[Proof Finder]] can detect and analyse many databases from iOS and iPhones and can directly ingest HFSX dd images.
 
* [http://github.com/nst/spyphone SpyPhone]
 
* [http://github.com/nst/spyphone SpyPhone]
 
* [[Oxygen Forensic Suite 2010]]
 
* [[Oxygen Forensic Suite 2010]]
* [[.XRY|Micro Systemation .XRY]]
 
  
 
== Publications ==
 
== Publications ==

Revision as of 07:12, 28 February 2013

The iPhone is a smartphone made by Apple Inc. and sold with service through AT&T. It can be used to send/receive email (see IPhone Mail Header Format), keep schedules, surf the web, and view videos from YouTube. A large number of forensic products can process iPhones, see Tools section.

In December 2009, Nicolas Seriot presented a paper [1] in combination with a harvesting application named SpyPhone. This application grabs data as sensitive as location data and a cache of keyboard words. It neither requires jailbreaking nor makes Private API calls (which Apple's App Store does not allow in any application it distributes).

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