Category Archives: Wearable Technology

Wearable Forensics Blog 4

Forensic Analysis of Wearable Technology Previously, the Leahy Center for Digital Investigations Wearables Team posted a third blog about their research, specifically pertaining to the Samsung Galaxy Watch and the Fitbit Versa. For the remainder of the semester, the team will be investigating the Garmin Fenix 5 and the Apple Watch Series 4. This week, […]

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Wearable Forensics Team Blog 3

Forensic Analysis of Wearable Technology Previously, the Leahy Center for Digital Investigations Wearables Team posted in their second blog about their progress this semester with the Samsung Galaxy Watch, the Fitbit Versa, the Garmin Fenix 5, and the Apple Watch Series 4. A Second Datagen The team decided it would be a good call to […]

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Wearable Forensics Update

Forensic Analysis of Wearable Technology If you haven’t already read the Wearables Team’s first blog, read it here. The team is researching the capabilities and evidence left from wearable technology, in particular four devices: the Samsung Galaxy Watch, the Fitbit Versa, the Garmin Fenix 5, and the Apple Watch Series 4. Datagen When the team […]

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Wearable Forensics

Smart Watches Can Solve Crimes This semester, The Senator Patrick Leahy Center for Digital Investigation at Champlain College (LCDI) is continuing research from the spring of 2016 about wearable technology and the impact devices like the Apple Watch and Fitbit have on forensic investigations. The team hopes to create a guide law enforcement and forensic […]

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Wearable Technology Final Blog

Introduction The team has continued to make progress searching for forensic artifacts from the wearable technology devices. Data parsing for the Apple Watch from the iPhone has been completed, while the search for artifacts from the Samsung Gear S2 and newly added FitBit Surge continues. As we near the end of the semester, we find […]

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Wearable Technology Forensics Update 2

Introduction  The Wearable Tech team is trying to discover new ways to extract data from our devices. With the Apple Watch and Samsung Gear S2 having no physical connection, data extraction seems nearly impossible from these devices. Most of the data that has been retrieved thus far holds no significant forensic value, and can be […]

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Wearable Technology Forensics Update 1

Introduction The team has been making significant progress on our wearable technology project. All of the devices that were connected to our wearable devices have been imaged. The examination process is now under way and we are looking into finding  key artifacts that are relevant to previous data generation or carry significant importance. Analysis of […]

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Wearable Technology Forensics

Introduction to wearable tech Wearable devices such as the newly released Apple Watch are a new development in smart technology that is beginning to take off now that large technology companies are actively contributing to their creation. While still relatively debutant, new models are being pushed out monthly with more and more added features. This […]

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