Device Seizure – Mobile Phone Forensic

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E3:DS is top-notch with a lot of options for any size lab.  E3:DS is the comprehensive approach to mobile forensics in a single tool and can’t be beat.  E3:DS is capable of logical and physical imaging, data carving, App data parsing, password bypass and unique content analyze with malware detection, etc.

 IOT DATA SUPPORT

IoT Data is an emerging issue that is facing digital forensic examiners. Being able to find this data and analyze what you need is critical for such time sensitive information. E3 Platform supports the largest variety of this data from smart watches, drones fitness bands, gaming systems, and Amazon Echo devices.

VARIETY OF DEVICES

E3:DS supports a larger variety of device types than any other tool, with over 29,000+ device profiles supported and the list constantly growing. E3:DS is a foundation tool.

CUSTOM BOOTLOADER

With locked devices becoming more and more prevalent, we responded by incorporating a new custom bootloader for Samsung devices as one of the new functions of E3:DS.

COMPREHENSIVE SMARTPHONE OS SUPPORT

E3:DS supports ALL smartphone operating systems. We do our own research that leads to stronger OS support and a deeper understanding of how each OS works when it comes to data recovery. We also have full JTAG capabilities built into the tool for pesky devices that don’t fall in the typical spectrum of processing.

APP DATA PARSING

App data changes constantly and understanding what is trending and changing can be crucial to your tool having the stamina to get what you need. E3:DS provides active parsing for some of the most popular Apps and for the others, we show you all the data and provide a built-in SQLite viewer to review the data.

CLOUD ACCESS

Mobiles are moving data dynamically to the cloud and knowing your go-to tool can capture that data is crucial. E3:DS has built-in cloud capture functionality to download data directly from your suspect’s accounts.

Please Note: Use extreme caution with any smartphone ulocking hardware as they have the potential of “bricking” phones or otherwise causing partial or complete data loss.