Oxygen Forensics

Oxygen Forensic® Suite 2012 Supports iPhone 5, iOS 6 and iTunes 10.7, Processes Encrypted DMG Images

Oxygen Software releases an updated version of Oxygen Forensic® Suite 2012, the company’s flagship mobile forensic tool, adding forensic support for Apple’s latest iPhone 5, iOS 6 and iTunes 10.7.By adding support for the latest Apple hardware and software, Oxygen covers a quickly growing niche of devices running or upgrading to iOS 6. In addition to new Apple hardware, Oxygen adds support for a several new Android devices, boosting the number of supported phones to over 6000. The addition of DMG image support allows users of phone acquisition tools manufactured by Cellebrite, Elcomsoft, Lantern Lite and other makers to get superior analytics compared to built-in capabilities of many mobile acquisition tools.

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Oxygen Forensic® Suite 2012 to Support iPhone 5 and iOS 6, Recognize Encrypted DMG Images

Oxygen Software announces an upcoming update of Oxygen Forensic® Suite 2012, the company’s flagship mobile forensic tool. The coming new release adds forensic support for Apple’s latest iPhone 5 and iOS 6.By adding support for the latest Apple hardware and software, Oxygen covers a quickly growing niche of devices running or upgrading to iOS 6.

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Oxygen Forensic® Suite 2012 Acquires More Chinese Mobile Phones, Enables Bada OS Support, and Roots Android OS 4.0.3 - 4.0.4 Devices

Oxygen Software updates Oxygen Forensic® Suite 2012, the company’s flagship mobile forensic tool, adding forensic support for more Chinese-manufactured mobile phones based on Windows Mobile and the Mediatek (MTK) chipset, including fake Nokla C9i dual SIM replicas.By adding nearly models to the list of supported phones, Oxygen boosts the number of supported devices to 5,200.

In addition, the updated Oxygen Forensic® Suite 2012 enables support of Bada OS smartphones, acquiring Phonebook, Messages, Event Log, File Browser and Organizer sections. Currently, a range of Samsung Wave smartphones are running the new OS.

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