Oxygen Forensics Adds Passcode Brute Force For Windows Phone Devices

Oxygen Forensics releases a maintenance version of Oxygen Forensic® Detective. Version 9.0.3 allows to brute force a passcode for any Windows Phone 8 device from its physical dump. The found passcode is displayed in the Device information section and in the data report.

The updated Oxygen Forensic® Detective introduces the new Media section that allows to get a quick access to the extracted media files directly from the program Desktop.

Oxygen Forensic® Detective v. 9.0.3 updates data parsing from Twitter, Evernote, Vkontakte and other popular applications. The total number of supported apps versions exceeds 2600!New in Oxygen Forensic® Detective v.9.0.3:

* Oxygen Forensic® Extractor. Added the ability to brute force a passcode for any Windows Phone 8 device from its physical dump. The found passcode is later displayed in the Device Information section.
* Desktop. Device Tree. Added Media section that contains Images, Audio and Video subsections. This section allows forensic experts to quickly access media files extracted from the device.
* Oxygen Forensic® Extractor. Now forensic experts can set default extraction settings in Settings.ini file.
* General. Searching is now available in various encodings in Hex Viewer.
* Device Information. Added the ability to exclude account owner passwords from a data report.
* Applications. Social Networks. Updated support for Twitter (6.66.1) for iOS devices.
* Applications. Social Networks. Updated support for Vkontakte (2.10.1) for iOS devices.
* Applications. Messengers. Updated support for Talkatone (5.5.5) for Android OS devices.
* Applications. Business. Updated support for Evernote (7.9.7) for Android OS devices.
* Applications. Business. Updated support for Inbox.lv (6.0.29) for Android OS devices.
* Added support for 100+ new devices: Apple iPad Pro, Acer Liquid Jade Primo LTE TW Dual SIM, Asus ZenFone 3 Laser Dual SIM Global LTE ZC551KL, Huawei Y360, Meizu M5 Dual SIM TD-LTE (M611A), etc.

All registered customers may download the new version immediately from their personal customer area. Updated Oxygen Forensic® Analyst and Oxygen Forensic® Passware Analyst are also available for download.


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07:00 – Training
12:00 – Workflows
17:20 – Ensuring a secure environment
19:45 – Customer training
20:35 – Helping customers comply with ISO accreditation
25:00 – Validation and verification
27:30 – ISO standards
30:00 – MSAB’s pipeline plans
32:40 – XEC Director
43:45 – Privacy of user data

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