Social Networking Analysis now comes to iOS and Android
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Oxygen Software updates Oxygen Forensic Suite 2012, which is now added with a comprehensive analysis toolkit for social network communications on iOS as well as on Android devices. Adding the social networking sites like the Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Foursquare and Twinkle, this suite will allow forensic specialists investigating the user’s connection.
This toolkit even adds support for analyzing user activities in Mozilla Firefox, Sky Fire and Dolphin browsers for Android devices. The device log sections newly added also displays a list of all logs generated by Android OS devices. This will ultimately allow investigators accessing systems and core messages and view the internal log of the Android system.
This suite will also provide the abilities to examine the device user’s friend list, communications, photos, geo locations and search history. It will even allow studying the user’s communication circles, chats, uploaded files and similar information.
According to Oleg Fedorov, Oxygen Software CEO, the mobile communications are no longer limited to phone calls, emails and text messages so, it’s important to provide forensic specialists with a usable toolkit for investigating users’ activities in social networks.
The suite will lead to analyze of the Device logs section of Android OS devices. The Android devices generate a wide range of logs, recording core and system events and containing information about installed applications and the current state of the phone.
The official presentations of the Oxygen Forensic Suite will take place at the DoD Cyber Crime Conference. Oxygen Forensic Suite 2012 guarantees zero-footprint operation, leaving no trace and making no modifications to the content of the devices. Now it has got the popularity, making it the tool of choice among government and law enforcement agencies, security services and forensic organizations in more than fifty countries.