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Application

Application Analysis Update 2: Fitbit, LastPass, Steam, and Trello

Introduction The App Analysis team has continued to analyze the artifacts left behind on the machines. We have completed our review of Steam. Also, we analyzed Trello in addition to the original three apps. We are almost done with the other apps as well. While we haven’t found major data breaches, some of the apps […]

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Application Analysis Update 1

Introduction This project focuses on searching for artifacts left by common desktop applications. We will be analyzing each application within Windows 10. It is the second most popular version of windows. We began by generating data on virtual machines with the chosen applications. The next step is to use various forensic tools to extract information […]

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Mobile App Analysis Part 3

Introduction The Mobile Application Forensics team is wrapping up analysis on Signal by Open Whisper Systems, and is starting data generation on the new mobile dating app, Bumble. The iOS team, unfortunately, did not find many artifacts left by Signal. The Android team had better luck, and found some interesting artifacts as seen below. Signal […]

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Mobile App Forensics: Final Blog Update

Introduction: The LCDI’s Mobile App Forensics team is wrapping up the academic semester, but that doesn’t mean we’ve run out of things to show you. Over the past fifteen weeks, we have analyzed five applications in the Android and iOS marketplaces. With both some major successes and disappointing failures, we as a team are confident […]

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