Tag Archives: iOS

Mobile App Intern Final Blog Post

Project Wrap Up The Mobile App Intern team chose 3 travel apps to analyze. Kayak, Expedia, and Google Trips. All three apps stored their data within the internal storage of each device it was downloaded onto. However, Expedia proved to show very little artifacts that could be useful for forensic analysts. Most of the data […]

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Mobile App Analysis Part 5

Introduction The Mobile Application Forensics team is beginning to wind down on application analysis, and have started working on their final report. So far, both the iOS team and Android team worked on Open Whisper Systems’s Signal, an end-to-end encryption chat app, and Bumble, a new mobile dating app. The iOS team then did analysis […]

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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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OS X and iOS Handoff Introduction

Introduction During the 2014 Apple WorldWide Developers Conference, Apple announced a new feature available with iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) known as Handoff. This new feature allows a user to transfer their activity from their iPhone to their Mac, or vice-versa, almost instantaneously. These activities include browsing the web, email, writing a note, […]

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