We are delighted to introduce the latest update of our flagship software, Oxygen Forensic® Detective v.14.2! This new version introduces updated device and cloud acquisition methods, enhanced data import capabilities, and support for many new artifacts.
Hey everyone. It’s Amanda Mahan from Oxygen Forensics training team. I’m going to go over a new feature that Oxygen Forensic Detective Version 14 and up now has, it is the Merged Extractions Tool. With this tool, you can now … Read more
Hello, and welcome to this presentation about law enforcement educational challenges for mobile forensics. My name is Georgina Humphries, and I work for the Norwegian Police University College and the Nordic Computer Forensic Investigators team, and I’m currently working on … Read more
Silent Phone is described as an end-to-end military-grade encryption app. This app is considered to be more secure than its competitors, providing not only end-to-end encryption but also backdoor policy, self-destructing messages, and marginal access to personal data.
Not surprisingly, … Read more
I have been using Oxygen Forensic Detective for almost two years now. During my time using the software, I have had the occasion to provide inculpatory evidence on numerous cases, some of which rely solely on the digital evidence obtained … Read more
Hey everybody. This is Josh Smith with the Oxygen Forensics training team. And today I’m going to show you a new extraction method: the Android APK Downgrade method. The Android ADB backup is, like I said, a very common method, … Read more
Christa: An industry that changes as rapidly as digital forensics does demands a careful balance between informed business experience and the technical knowledge needed to pivot when businesses encounter disruptions. With us this week on the Forensic Focus Podcast … Read more
By David Miles, co-founder and chief executive officer of Grayshift
Criminal activity has always been one of the frontiers of new technologies—and the digital age has seen a relentless expansion of that frontier. Every day, individuals commit crimes in new … Read more
Christa: Increasingly mobile forensics isn’t just about devices. As the field diversifies to include cloud storage encryption and the internet of things, digital forensics evolution is only as good as the tools that can keep up. Today on the Forensic … Read more
The discussion about how to mitigate human bias in forensic science continued in September. Inclusiveness is a key part of this, not just in terms of racial, gender, ability, or other identity, but also in terms of expertise. This month … Read more
Download Grayshift’s latest infographic “Access Achieved” and learn how GrayKey extracts encrypted or inaccessible data from most mobile devices.
Download here: https://go.grayshift.com/l/894071/2021-10-07/29453i… Read more
Added support for more devices, selective App Extraction, Apple facial recognition decoding, support for iOS 15 and Android 12 Beta, plus many more improvements.
In our ongoing mission to make our digital forensics solutions better, we constantly strive for continuous
Hello, my name is Wil Hernandez and I’m a tech sales engineer with MSAB and welcome to XRY in 5. In today’s XRY in 5, we’re going to talk about the generic profiles. How do you get to the generic … Read more
Tell us a little about how Grayshift’s new Android capabilities have built on your iOS access and extraction foundation. What drove the decision to start with the latest Samsung models on the Qualcomm and Exynos chipsets, and how have customers … Read more
Grayshift, LLC, a leading provider of mobile device digital forensics, specializing in lawful access and extraction, today announced the latest release of its flagship GrayKey solution, which now supports LG Android phones and introduces several new capabilities that accelerate access … Read more