Oxygen Forensics


Exceptional customer service from @oxygenforensic today, our preferred mobile forensic software software for nearly 5 years.

 - Forensic Control

Have been using Oxygen Forensics Analyst for almost 1 year. I was first trained to utilize a competitor product and was somewhat satisfied with it's results. During a homicide investigation I started looking for a secondary solution to validate my findings and a colleague recommended Oxygen Forensics. With Oxygen Forensics I was able to extract and validate a larger set of data and locate the evidence we needed to take a child killer off of the street. Since that time Oxygen has become my primary forensics tool and the competitor product has paled in comparison with Oxygen Forensics features. The database analysis features have transformed my investigations and made evidence analysis so much easier.

 -Robert Perkins
Digital Evidence Analyst
Harrison County Sheriffs Office

Recently, I was asked to try to extract data from a phone that had been submerged in a lake for a month and a half. The device was key evidence in a murder case and had been disposed of by the suspect. The phone had been inside of an Otterbox Defender case and there were clear indications that the circuit board and other parts had been in contact with lake water at some point. I dried the phone out for three days in a drying cabinet in the laboratory and then placed it in a one gallon paint can filled with rice for another three days. After that, I removed all of the screws from the back of the device and sprayed the circuit board with electronics cleaner and used a soft brush to scrub away the sediment. I let the phone air dry for an hour and then placed a lab stock battery in it as the original one had shorted out upon contact with the lake water. The phone turned on and worked like it was brand new. After using a competitor's device to try to extract data from it, I was disappointed in the evidence collected so I put Oxygen to work and it extracted a full data set including text messages and other items that helped solidify the case against the suspect. Oxygen collected FAR more data from the device than the competitor and I will use it more often to examine mobile devices.

 -Tim Slusher, C.C.S.I.
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office