BlackBerry article in Digital Forensics Magazine

Learn about BlackBerry thumbnail image caches in our feature article within Issue 14 of Digital Forensics Magazine.

Control-F at CDDF 2013 Conference

Control-F Managing Director Kevin Mansell delivered a presentation entitled “Recovering Deleted Images from BlackBerry Devices” to delegates at the Communications Data & Digital Forensics (CDDF) 2013 conference at Heathrow.

New Python Scripting course launched

Dates and pricing announced for our new Python Scripting 1 course. Learn how to write simple scripts to make you a more effective digital forensic examiner

Bring “chip-off” in house

Frustrated by Blackberry device passwords? Dates and pricing announced for our new “chip-off” course Flash Memory Chip Removal are now available

List of built-in mobile phone web browsers

Finding Internet artefacts in mobile phone extractions is a lot easier when you know where they are stored on the device. Our list of Built-in Mobile Phone Web Browsers will help get you started.

The value of skills training

A recent editorial piece in the journal Digital Investigation emphasises the importance of skills training in digital forensics; i.e. “What do the buttons I’m clicking actually do?!”.

Control-F at ICDDF 2012

Control-F Managing Director Kevin Mansell presented at this year’s ICDDF conference at London Heathrow on the challenges of SMS encoding

Recover deleted data from Nokia BB5 handsets

Recovering deleted data from the BB5 series of Nokia handsets just got easier. Our Flasher Box Forensics training will give you access to deleted data, even on security code protected handsets

Scheduled entry-level phone forensics training at Wyboston Lakes

We’re now running scheduled entry-level phone forensics training at Wyboston Lakes with our next course running 23-27th April. Click here to contact us for availability & pricing.

Using flasher boxes with confidence

Yet more satisfied Flasher Box Forensics customers head back to the workplace this week, ready to do battle with handsets which are poorly supported in commercial forensic tools.

Flasher Box Forensics goes down a storm

Our debut Flasher Box Forensics course was a sell-out and received great feedback. Learn how to recover more evidence safely by booking onto our next course.