Category Archives: Digital Forensics

DriveSavers at 2016 National Cyber Crime Conference April 25–27

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Norwood, MA • April 25–27 Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office is hosting the 2016 National Cyber Crime Conference in Norwood, MA. The conference will feature three tracks of instruction: a track for prosecutors, a track for investigators and a track for digital evidence forensic examiners. Visit DriveSavers at booth #21 to speak directly with Rene Novoa, certified … Continue reading DriveSavers at 2016 National Cyber Crime Conference April 25–27

CBS News: FBI paid more than $1M for San Bernardino iPhone "hack"

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Originally published by CBS News. FBI Director James Comey alluded to the fact the bureau paid more than $1 million for the method used to disable the security feature of the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone. At an Aspen Institute discussion in London, Comey said the FBI paid more money than he would make in the … Continue reading CBS News: FBI paid more than $1M for San Bernardino iPhone "hack"

Proposed Encryption Legislation and What it Means

By Scott Moyer, DriveSavers President Unless you are just this moment rejoining society after months spent stranded on a technology-free desert island, you are well aware of the recent controversial disagreement between the FBI and Apple involving an iPhone 5C that once belonged to San Bernardino shooter, Syed Rizwan Farook. Amidst this highly publicized dispute, … Continue reading Proposed Encryption Legislation and What it Means

New Advancements in Bitlocker Data Recovery Capabilities

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With new tools and techniques developed by DriveSavers, we help security conscious companies using Bitlocker encryption to regain access to their data and get back to business quickly. DriveSavers has been recovering data from Bitlocker encrypted drives since its inception in 2004. However, new proprietary advancements now allow DriveSavers to overcome additional obstacles and recover … Continue reading New Advancements in Bitlocker Data Recovery Capabilities

CBS Evening News: How the FBI may have Hacked into San Bernardino Shooter's iPhone

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Originally published by CBS Evening News. By John Blackstone   NOVATO, Calif. –The FBI, along with some outside help,unlocked an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists this week. The bureau has told local police departments that it will help them unlock cellphones in cases where it could provide evidence. But cracking the … Continue reading CBS Evening News: How the FBI may have Hacked into San Bernardino Shooter's iPhone

CBS Evening News: How the FBI may have Hacked into San Bernardino Shooter's iPhone

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Originally published by CBS Evening News. By John Blackstone   NOVATO, Calif. –The FBI, along with some outside help,unlocked an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists this week. The bureau has told local police departments that it will help them unlock cellphones in cases where it could provide evidence. But cracking the … Continue reading CBS Evening News: How the FBI may have Hacked into San Bernardino Shooter's iPhone

The Wall Street Journal: Apple Fight Sets Off Race Among Hackers

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Original article published by The Wall Street Journal. By Robert McMillan Companies, freelance hackers are working furiously to find a way into terrorist’s iPhone In the days after a judge ordered Apple Inc. to help the Federal Bureau of Investigation unlock a terrorist’s iPhone, Silicon Valley giants rallied around the company. In New York, a 21-person … Continue reading The Wall Street Journal: Apple Fight Sets Off Race Among Hackers

Re/code: How the FBI Might Be Hacking the San Bernardino iPhone Without Apple’s Help

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Originally published by Re/code. By Dawn Chmielewski Nature deplores a vacuum. So in the absence of any details about how the FBI plans to access the information locked on Syed Rizwan Farook’s iPhone without Apple’s help, forensic scientists have been filling the void with some well-informed speculation. Forensic scientist Jonathan Zdziarski (who’s known in the … Continue reading Re/code: How the FBI Might Be Hacking the San Bernardino iPhone Without Apple’s Help

Ars Technica: Israeli Mobile Forensics Firm Helping FBI Unlock Seized iPhone, Report Says

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Originally published by Ars Technica. by David Kravets News comes after FBI withdrew demands for Apple to help unlock seized iPhone. The mobile forensics firm Cellebrite of Israel is reportedly assisting the Federal Bureau of Investigation in unlocking a seized iPhone that has become the center of a legal dispute between the bureau and Apple, the … Continue reading Ars Technica: Israeli Mobile Forensics Firm Helping FBI Unlock Seized iPhone, Report Says

San Bernardino iPhone Data Recovery Statement

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Currently, we cannot validate the recoverability of the iPhone 5c in question. However, we have been exploring different options in our R&D lab and working on possible solutions. We feel very positive about one method in particular, which involves a series of tools available in the marketplace that we have customized. These particular tools are … Continue reading San Bernardino iPhone Data Recovery Statement