Cellebrite has announced the launch of its Universal Forensic Extraction Device (UFED) version 18.104.22.168. Cellebrite’s UFED System is an all-in-one mobile forensic solution with logical and physical extraction capabilities, and advanced analysis tools…Supporting over 2,500 mobile devices, the UFED family of products dives deeper into a phone’s memory than any other available mobile forensic solution, delivering invaluable evidentiary data — regardless of whether the data has been deleted or hidden from a mobile phone’s memory. With this latest upgrade, UFED has extended its support to TomTom Navigation devices and is the first platform to support the Apple iPad device, enabling law enforcement bodies to extract data files and decode the contact details contained within.
Law enforcement agencies worldwide use Cellebrite’s UFED device to extract vital data from mobile phones such as phonebooks, pictures, videos, text messages, call logs, ESN and IMEI information. With the release of V22.214.171.124, Cellebrite’s UFED strengthens its position as the leading mobile forensic solution by covering the widest range of devices in the industry, featuring support for Geotags and extended language support for the UFED Physical Analyzer.
UFED Release 126.96.36.199 Highlights:
• Apple iPad Support — The UFED V188.8.131.52 introduces, for the first time, the Apple iPad File System Dump and automatic decoding for Contact details. Users can now browse the iPad File System, utilise Data Filters and carve relevant data via the advanced search functionality.
• TomTom Navigation Devices Support — this new feature allows UFED users to extract and decode information from TomTom navigation devices. GPS Fixes and Locations are visualised on Google Maps and Google Earth, providing UFED users with the tools to map where the TomTom device has been present and what routes have been planned by the user.
• Extended Support for Mobile Devices – UFED V184.108.40.206, strengthens its position as the leading mobile forensic system by covering the widest range of mobile devices in the industry. V220.127.116.11 extends support with 65 additional devices reaching an unmatched total of 2,306 devices supported via Logical extraction.
• Geotags Support — Geotagged images can now be decoded by the UFED Physical Analyzer and visualised on Google Maps and Google Earth
• UFED Physical Analyzer Language Support — UFED Physical Analyzer has been extended to support the following 22 languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese, Swedish, Turkish, Norwegian, Polish, Japanese, Chinese, Slovak, Slovenian, Danish, Czech, Russian, Greek, Hungarian, Romanian and Portuguese (EU).
“With these enhanced capabilities, law enforcement bodies can further support mobile forensic capabilities to stay in step with the latest mobile technology,” commented Yossi Carmil, Cellebrite’s Co-CEO. “Cellebrite is committed to providing our partners in the mobile forensic community with the tools that they need to extract the key information in the most efficient, effective and fastest manner possible, which is what the UFED does.”
Cellebrite is a leading provider of mobile forensic solutions. Its core product, the UFED (Universal Forensic Extraction Device), enables fast data extraction from more than 2500 phones, is easy to use, highly reliable and secure. The UFED best answers market needs and enables law enforcement units to meet their objectives in the war on crime. Thousands of UFEDs are being used by highly respected law enforcement and anti-terror units around the globe. Established in 1999 by industry experts in the telecom and mobile telephony fields, Cellebrite is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Sun Corporation, a listed Japanese company (6736/JQ). For more information, please visit www.cellebrite.com