Oxygen Forensics releases a new version of its flagship forensic software, Oxygen Forensiс Detective v.9.2. The updated Oxygen Forensiс Detective extracts WebKit data from iOS and Android devices. By parsing WebKit data you can gain access to the user’s emails and content of visited webpages. Oxygen Forensiс Detective v.9.2 expands cloud extraction capabilities: you can acquire blocked phone numbers and Wi-Fi hot spots from Google account and notes from Google Keep. Moreover, import of full iCloud backups now takes significantly less time.
Alexandria, VA – February 21, 2017 - Oxygen Forensics, a worldwide developer and provider of advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices and cloud services, announced today that its flagship product, Oxygen Forensic® Detective 9.2, now features the ability to organize WebKit data from iOS and Android devices, saving critical time in accessing webmail and the content of visited pages.
When the FBI could not persuade Apple to help them hack into the phone of the San Bernardino, California, terrorist shooter—not even with a court order—the agency went to Plan B: It paid an outside party to do it for them.