How do we comprehend Smart Phone Digital Forensics ?

Men & Mobile decryption Smartphone Digital Forensics from Salvationdata

With the rapid development of network communication technology, mobile phones are playing a more and more essential role in people’s daily life. According to statistical information, the number of smartphone users in the world nowadays is 3.8 billion, which means 48.37% of the worldwide population possess their smartphones. The figure has been being up considerably since 2016 when there were only 2.5 billion users, 33.58% of that year’s global population.

[Case Study] Mobile Forensics: Physical Extraction for Qualcomm and Mediatek Smartphone

Editor’s note: Physical Extraction by means of the Qualcomm and MediaTek chipset which was built in the smart devices will always be the most important way to do the forensic job! Even though we have posted numbers of articles named “Case Study” on the blogs to expound this solution, but there are inquiries and doubts from the users as still. So today we are going to review “how to do physical extraction for Qualcomm and MediaTek smart devices”.

[Case Study] Mobile Forensics: Several Ways of Exploration for iOS Jailbreaking and iPhone Forensics

Editor’s Note: Related to mobile forensics, a big problem is how to crack the screen lock, especially crack the iPhone’s screen lock password, Currently, CheckRa1n, a jailbreaking tool based on the checkm8 vulnerability, has successfully jailbroken most iPhones on the market, but how to jailbreak on dealing with different devices, whether to crack the screen lock password, how to proceed smartphone forensics, and what’s the results of forensics, now please follow the forensic experts from SalvationDATA to check everything sharing on this article.

[Case Study] Mobile Forensics: Better Understanding of SQLite Database Based on Smartphone Forensic Data Acquisition

Editor’s Note: Today we are going to talk about some common knowledge about mobile forensics, including SQLite file analysis, SQLite file structure, SQLite analysis tool, SQLite common statement, etc…as we all know, most app data stored in SQLite database files, usually when we want to perform mobile forensics, we need to decrypt and analyze SQLite files, so we hope you can have a better understanding of SQLite database files through this article.