Oxygen Forensics, a global leader in digital forensics for law enforcement, federal agencies, and enterprise clients, announced today the release of the latest version of the all-in-one digital forensic solution, Oxygen Forensic® Detective v.15.1. This version offers multiple advancements to increase access to mobile data, as well as improvements to the popular analytic feature, Facial Categorization.
Oxygen Forensic® Detective v.15.1 expands brute force capabilities for Android devices by enhancing support for two MTK chipsets. Investigators will be able to bypass passcodes and access more data from MTK-based Android devices. Furthermore, to improve extraction support for Kirin-based Huawei devices, Oxygen Forensics has added the ability to brute force passcodes for multiple Huawei MainSpaces, exponentially increasing the amount of data users can extract to help support their investigations.
Additionally, Oxygen Forensics advances decryption capabilities and increases support for Android Keystore extraction for Qualcomm-based devices. With Oxygen Forensic® Detective v.15.1, investigators will be able to extract encryption keys for four Qualcomm chipsets.
Version 15.1 introduces the ability to import, parse, and analyze downloaded Snapchat My Data files. Used in accordance with Snapchat's "Download My Data" function, investigators will be able to download account information, chats, search history, and more, and then analyze this data using the wide selection of comprehensive analytic tools offered in Oxygen Forensic® Detective.
Once again, Oxygen Forensics enhances its popular and powerful Facial Categorization feature. With version 15.1, investigators will have the ability to detect faces within videos. This will minimize the need to scan video frames and manually take screenshots, ultimately improving workflow and saving investigators' valuable time.
Oxygen Forensic® Detective v.15.1 offers multiple enhancements in mobile extraction support that grant investigators access to more mobile data from over 30,000 mobile devices. When asked about what drove the decision to focus on decryption and brute forcing, CEO Lee Reiber stated, "Our goal is to give our users industry-leading extraction support with each consecutive release. The way we do this is by listening to our customers' feedback, innovating, and building state-of-the-art tools that are compatible with the latest mobile devices and artifacts."
With expanded brute force and decryption capabilities, and an improved Facial Categorization tool, Oxygen Forensic® Detective v.15.1 is another groundbreaking release that will surely exceed customers' expectations.
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