Oxygen Forensics

Oxygen Forensic® Suite 2013 version 5.2 Adds Aggregate View for Mobile Contacts, Enhances Search Capabilities

Oxygen Software updates its flagship mobile forensic product, Oxygen Forensic® Suite 2013, to version 5.2, adding the ability to view and analyze aggregated contact information through multiple acquired devices. The new release introduces Keyword list manager and regular expressions library for Search Engine, automatic recovery of deleted messages and calls, WiFi hotspot names and passwords, support for new devices and applications. 

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All registered customers may download the new version immediately from their personal customer area.

New in Oxygen Forensic® Suite 2013 v.5.2:

  • Aggregated Contacts. Added ability to view aggregated contacts for as many mobile devices as selected. Now forensic experts can easily see similar contacts found in several devices.
  • Passwords. Added parsing of WiFi hot spot names and passwords from Android OS 4.x devices.
  • Search. Now search process can be run in a background as a separate process. Forensic experts can switch between sections and conveniently work with the program while the data is being searched.
  • Search. Added regular expressions library. Now forensic examiners can add and edit their own frequently used regular expressions and search by them in the mobile devices under analysis.
  • Search. Added keywords list manager. It allows to add and edit keywords and then find them in mobile devices when needed.
  • Search. Added ability to select search results for exporting and printing.
  • Oxygen Forensic® (tm) Extractor. Added detailed data extraction options. Now forensic experts can select Applications, Dictionaries, Locations, etc to be extracted separately instead of the whole Extras section in previous versions.
  • Oxygen Forensic® (tm) Extractor. Added support for Android OS .tar archives. Added support for importing zip archive of the device file structure archive of several parts.
  • Messages, Event Log. Added automatic ability to recover deleted messages and calls for Android OS devices. Recovered entries are marked with a trash bin icon in the grid of the sections.
  • Export. Added support for report settings for table view of XLS export.
  • Export. Added ability to select fonts in Report settings window under Export button.
  • Phonebook. Added convenient grouping of phonebook data for Address and Internet columns.
  • Added support for iOS 6.1.4.
  • Added support for 150 new mobile devices: Nokia C7-00s Oro, Nokia Lumia 520T, Nokia Lumia 521, Nokia Lumia 928, Verizon Nokia Lumia 928, Samsung Ativ S, Samsung Galaxy SIII Pebble Blue (Sprint PCS), Samsung GT-i8550 Galaxy Win, Sony Mobile Xperia ZL, Sony Mobile Xperia ZQ, ZTE Geek. The total number of supported devices exceeds 6700.
  • Applications. Travel. Added data parsing from TripIt free (4) for Apple iOS devices and TripIt free (2.9) for Android OS devices.
  • Applications. Travel. Added data parsing from Skyscanner (3) for Apple iOS devices and Skyscanner (2.0.2.2) for Android OS devices.
  • Applications. Spyware. Added detection and data parsing for eBLASTER (7.2.1) for Android OS devices.
  • Applications. Social Networks. Added data parsing for VK (1.2) for Apple iOS devices.
  • Applications. Messengers. Added data parsing from the Japanese version of Yahoo! Messenger (1.3.4) for Apple iOS devices.
  • Applications. Messengers. Updated support for Mail.Ru Agent (4.2.2) for Apple iOS devices.
  • Timeline. Added ability to check and uncheck groups of data in Filter by column type.
  • General. Changed Quick data filter behaviour. Now the data in the grid is filtered only after Enter button is pressed.
  • Oxygen Forensic® (tm) Extractor. Improved structure of the import backup file menu.
  • Search. Improved functioning of Hide duplicates button.
  • Passwords. Fixed problem when tab names in Passwords section disappeared after applications data in Applications section was reanalyzed.

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