Documents uncovered by ZDNet have revealed the true scope of technology from Israeli developer Cellebrite Mobile Synchronization, which specializes in smartphone data extraction, transfer and analysis.
The leaked documents show just how much private data its smartphone forensic tool UFED, used by law enforcement, is capable of extracting from iPhones.
In a single data-extraction session, investigators were able to collect a huge array of personal data from an iPhone 5 like messages, phone calls, voicemails, images and more, including some deleted content. UFED can pull similar data from other phones, too, including Wi-Fi hotspots and cellular towers the device’s was connected to.... Read the rest of this post here
"Here’s everything Cellebrite’s forensic tool can extract from iPhones" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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