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Cellebrite, the leading developer and provider of mobile forensic solutions, today announced the launch of a new training and certification program. The new program delivers a higher quality, standardized mobile forensics training curriculum, culminating in a formal Cellebrite Certified Mobile Examiner (CCME) credential. The program empowers mobile forensic, investigative, and intelligence professionals in law enforcement, military, and corporate environments to employ mobile forensics best practices in their everyday work, and when applicable, to defend their practices with confidence in a court of law.
Cellebrite, the leading developer and provider of mobile data forensic solutions, today announced the launch of the UFED 4PC and UFED TK. Together with the UFED Touch, UFED 4PC and UFED TK constitute the first and only complete series of mobile forensic solutions across dedicated single purpose and general purpose PC-based hardware platforms to accommodate the broadest range of lab and field use cases. UFED 4PC is designed for customers who require a convenient, cost-effective way to extract and analyze mobile forensic data on a single PC of their choosing. UFED TK supports users who seek to extract and analyze mobile forensic data on a pre-configured PC hardware platform. UFED 4PC may be installed on any Windows-based PC, while UFED TK features the UFED 4PC software pre-installed and configured on a rugged PC hardware platform available directly from Cellebrite.
Cellebrite has recently launched the UFED Touch, a high-performance solution for investigators to extract and decode digital evidence from mobile devices including smartphones, legacy phones, portable GPSs and handheld tablets. With an exclusive compact form factor and touch screen, the UFED Touch is designed for speed, usability and portability in the field, yet builds on the UFED brand’s solid reputation and unrivaled device support. The UFED Touch solution uses logical and physical extraction methods to support more than 7,900 profiles for mobile devices including BlackBerry, Apple iOS, Android operating systems and smartphones from Samsung, Motorola, Microsoft, Palm, and Nokia. The UFED Touch also supports forensic data extraction and decoding on legacy phones, portable GPS devices (e. g. TomTom and Garmin) and handheld tablets such as the Apple iPad and Galaxy Tab.
Cellebrite announced the launch of UFED CHINEX, an end-to-end solution for extraction and decoding of data and content from thousands of Chinese mobile phones. UFED CHINEX will enable law enforcement agencies to support the full forensic analysis of Chinese mobile phones.
CelleBrite Ltd.'s UFED Physical Pro expands on the already robust logical extraction feature set found in the UFED to add the capability to extract deleted data and user passwords located in phone memory. The UFED Physical Pro's capability to provide deeper, more invasive access to mobile phone memory is the latest innovation for CelleBrite's UFED system currently in use by law enforcement and security agencies worldwide. With an add-on module that can be deployed to any UFED device, existing UFED user can easily upgrade their systems with this latest functionality. Utilizing CelleBrite UFED's user friendly and field-proven user interface, a complete high-speed hex dump of the phone memory is acquired without the need of cumbersome PC drivers. The flash memory of the phone is imaged as a binary file, which is decoded with the Physical Analyzer PC software tool. Critical data such as user lock codes and deleted information such as text messages, call history, pictures, and video are retrieved, sorted and decoded by CelleBrite's Physical Pro engine. The UFED Physical Analyzer also includes robust search tools for manual hex dump analysis, as well as an expert mode which allows advanced capabilities for researchers. Extracted data is presented in clear concise reports which can be used for intelligence gathering, investigative research, and legal evidence in court.
Cellebrite USA Corp.’s Google G1 phone support for its Universal Forensic Extraction Device is a stand-alone solution for the extraction of critical data from cellular phones, from more than 1800 models of handsets sold worldwide. The new software upgrade for the UFED device includes the ability to extract data on the Google G1 offered by T-Mobile.
Cellebrite now allows investigators to gain more information than before with its SIM ID cloning feature. This feature solves many key problems facing forensic examiners and makes the entire data extraction process quick and simple, yet effective. The SIM ID cloning feature is able to extract phone data while preventing the cellular device from connecting to the network, preventing remote erasure. The handset will be invisible to the network with no calls or SMS messages to, or from the handset, preserving the current call and SMS history in the device-no supplemental shielding required to block RF signals. The feature also allows a forensic examiner to extract phone data when the original SIM is not available, as well as bypassing the SIM PIN lock in some cases. In addition to Cellebrite's new SIM ID cloning feature, the UFED adds the universally popular Apple iPhone to its extensive list of supported devices. The UFED can extract iPhone data such as: phonebook, pictures, SMS, call logs and other phone information such as IMEI. All UFED features are supported without the need for a PC or using additional software making the system extremely user friendly.
Cellebrite released an update to its Universal Forensic Extraction Device (UFED) software that enables forensic lab administrators to enforce policies around the manner and circumstances under which UFED Touch and UFED 4PC users extract mobile device data.