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Windows Fall Creator Final Update

Introduction The Windows Fall Creator team has concluded their research and have finalized their project. In the past two weeks, they have been working on writing their final report about Windows 10’s newest feature: Pick Up Where I Left Off, or PWILO. They are happy to announce that they have finished their report and are […]

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Parent IoT Final Update

Introduction After many tests on each device, we have reached our conclusions. We’ve discovered which devices are the easiest to use, the best when it comes to security, and the devices you should put in your home. We put each device through the tests we explained in previous blog posts, and you can read them here. […]

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Bluetooth Tracking Final Update

Introduction In the final phase of this project, we have achieved a mostly functional Bluetooth tracking ecosystem. Our team worked through a lot of issues during testing in the past month. We dealt with inconsistencies that hindered data collection. We also had issues with implementing the elasticsearch python library. We’ve spent time troubleshooting these problems, […]

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Exploration Forensics Final Update

Introduction As the Exploration Forensics team wraps up our last few weeks at the LCDI, we have been making progress in analyzing the mobile application files. We’ve also concluded our research on the Ovilus V for the time being, even though it did not meet our original expectations. Despite unexpected hurdles throughout the semester, the […]

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Bluetooth Device Tracking Update 2

Introduction Over the past month, our team has continued to work towards our end goal of collecting, sending, and tracking Bluetooth devices. We have continued to organize processes and tools we need to record Bluetooth data so it can be analyzed. We have come much closer to reaching our end goal. We’ve had quite a […]

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Mobile Device Forensics

Mobile Device Forensics Update 2

Introduction So far, the team has analyzed six applications on two operating systems. Originally, we planned on including a Windows phone in our analysis. However, without Cellebrite’s in-house system, we had very limited access to that file system. The first set of apps we focused on were Viber, Telegram, and LINE; all messenger applications used to […]

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Exploration Forensics Update 2

Introduction This semester, the exploration forensics group is researching hardware and software that tests for paranormal activity. The team will test the devices and corresponding apps. Through these tests, they will discover how the devices gather readings and interact with a user’s data. In addition, the team will gather evidence on how the devices and […]

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