Android version 6 Marshmallow introduced the gatekeeper lock format. Additionally, some Android devices which ship with v6 or later will have Full Disk Encryption enabled. This page aims to summarise security configuration details relating to Android devices. To determine whether an Android device is hardware-backed, navigate to Settings – Security – Credential Storage – Storage type. […]
This page is intended to act as a resource for phone forensic examiners who are working with physical extractions (“hex dumps”) of mobile phone handsets. It aims to provide advice as well as usable search terms and regular expressions that phone examiners can use to find key data within a mass of hex data.
Some communications service providers (CSPs) issue their SIM cards pre-configured with the same default PIN on all of their cards. This practice is by no means universal worldwide and in some countries, different default PINs are set on each SIM issued. The table below attempts to document the behaviour of each network provider.
GSM and 3G SIM cards are configured with two identifiers: an ICCID and an IMSI. The ICCID (Integrated Circuit Card Identifier) can be thought of as the serial number of the card itself whereas the IMSI (International Mobile Subscriber Identity) is analagous to an account number for the mobile subscriber.
All Android devices will have the facility to provide external storage which could be one or both of the following: Removable microSD card – some, but not all Android devices provide a microSD card slot eMMC chip soldered to the circuit board of the device – some, but not all devices may contain an eMMC […]
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This document is intended to accompany the slide presentation “Has Anyone Seen A Career Path Around Here?” first delivered by Kevin Mansell in June 2014. About this document This document is intended to accompany the slide presentation by Kevin Mansell of Control-F, entitled “Has anyone found a career path?” and provides further detail than can […]
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Kevin Mansell was invited to address over a hundred phone examiners from the law enforcement community at the Mobile Telephone Examiner’s Conference in February 2009. Kevin delivered a presentation titled ‘How Big Is Your Iceberg?’ which is now frequently referred to simply as ‘The Iceberg’ presentation.