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Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 v.3.2 Reconstructs Offender’s Route on Google Maps and Extracts User Data from Most Popular iPhone Applications

April 15, 2011

Now forensic investigators can see the approximate route of the offender on Google Maps, extract user data and logins from 6 new popular applications, analyze voice mail and FaceTime calls and more.

Needham Heights, MA (PRWEB) April 14, 2011

Oxygen Software today introduces Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 v.3.2, an important update to the popular software for forensic examination of cell phones, smart phones and PDA. Now the program enables the investigator to reconstruct the approximate route of the device user on Google Maps, either in Oxygen Forensic Suite or Google Earth. Also new is support for 6 popular applications, ability to analyze voice mail and FaceTime video calls on Apple devices and enhanced print and export features.

“Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 v.3.2 is bringing more great innovations that let forensic experts extract the maximal amount of data from a mobile device to ensure the completeness and objectivity of the judicial investigation. With the new Locations section that reconstructs the route of the phone user based on GPS data, the investigator gets one more source of important information about a suspect. This source can become the evidence of the suspect guilt or innocence”, says Nickolay Golubev, Director of Public Relations, Oxygen Software.

WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 3.2?

Locations tab. Oxygen Forensic Suite 3.2 introduces the Locations tab in Web Connections and Location Services section. This tool parses the file “consolidated.db” that stores the geographic coordinates of the places visited by the device user. GPS coordinates are recorded to the file automatically by the smart phone itself. Once extracted, the program displays this information as a chronologically ordered list of records and reconstructs the approximate route of the offender, showing it with pin marks on Google Maps. The Locations tab is available in the Analytics version for Apple smart phones.

Export to KML format. Quite often the computer used for forensic examination of devices is not connected to the internet for security reasons. For the convenience of those users, Oxygen Forensic Suite introduces export of GPS data to KML. The expert can open the KML file in Google Earth and review the actions of the offender on Google Maps offline. Earlier this was possible only online in Oxygen Forensic Suite, or in the default PC browser.

Extract user data from 6 new applications. The new release lets investigators extract and analyze user data from more mobile applications than before. Supported now are Google Mail, Google Maps, Twitterific, Fring, Yahoo! Messenger and Yahoo! Flickr. The investigator can see the exact date and time of the installation and each application launch, as well as extract logins and passwords to personal accounts on the corresponding online services.

Analyze voice mail and FaceTime calls. Special attention in version 3.2 has been given to the analysis of data from Apple devices. Now the Timeline displays voice mail, letting users find out who and when attempted to leave a message for the phone owner. What’s more, the Apple event log now shows FaceTime calls.

Enhanced print and export of reports. If there are 10 devices attached to the case, there is no need to click one and the same button to print or export a report for each phone. The user just selects the phones in the device tree and prints or exports reports with a single click. Also it’s now possible to select particular sections for print or export.

About Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011:

Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 is a forensic software suite designed to retrieve and analyze user data from cell phones, smart phones and PDAs. In version 3.2, the list of supported devices has grown to 2,000 models. The program is used by law enforcement agencies and security services in 50 countries to collect digital evidence against the offenders who committed a criminal offence, economic crime, or engaged into commercial espionage. The software can extract basic phone and SIM-card data, contacts, calls, SMS / MMS / Email messages from standard and custom folders, deleted SMS messages (with some restrictions), calendar events, tasks, notes, photos, video, Lifeblog data (all phone events with geographic coordinates), Java applications, file system from phone memory and a flash card, GPRS and Wi-Fi traffic, web connections and geographical locations history, voice records and other data.

Pricing & Availability

Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 v.3.2 is available for $799 through the Oxygen Software Store (http://www.oxygen-forensic.com), and Oxygen’s Authorized Resellers: TEEL Technologies (USA and Canada) and Data Duplication Ltd (UK and Europe). A free 30-day trial version, list of supported handset models, demos, documentation and additional downloads for Oxygen Forensic Suite can be found at http://www.oxygen-forensic.com

About Oxygen Software

Oxygen Software was founded in year 2000. Since that time the company develops PC software for mobile devices and offers the most advanced tool for forensic data extraction from cell phones and smartphones, Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011. Committed to the slogan “Oxygen Forensic Suite – Smart Forensics for Smart Phones”, Oxygen Software puts all of its efforts into providing the most exhaustive extraction of forensic data from devices running on Symbian OS, Windows Mobile, Blackberry, iPhone OS, Android. As a result, Oxygen Forensic Suite consistently achieves the highest accolades in all types of tests for extracting more data than any competitor. For more information about the company, please visit http://www.oxygen-forensics.com

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