Assignment Overview: This assignment consists of a mobile phone forensics exercise and analysis. This exercise is worth 100 points, and the three questions are worth 33.3333 points each. You will use the attached Student Answer Sheet to record your answers and you will submit this for credit.
Mobile phone forensics exercise analysis.
This assessment uses data (provided by NIST and is a Extraction Report for Apple iPhone device (Physical) available at this link:
https://cfreds.nist.gov/all/DigitalCorpora/iOS1331Image (You do not need to download the tool or register just use the report provided as a government resource on NIST as noted above.)
There is also is a link to a UFED Reader Tutorial on You Tube at https://youtu.be/F2ZoQqnhKPk
Just review the video so you can answer the questions below for the data associated with the exercise link above.
The link for this vendor, Decipher Forensics LLC 686 East 110 South Ste. 104 American Fork, Utah 84003, that provides a wealth of information about their tool http://www.decipherforensics.com/services/cellphone-forensics/
This gives you an idea of the options out there and there are many vendors. This information is being provided under Fair Use in this moderated course to help students understand cell phone forensic services available. We are not endorsing any vendor just showing various options. For example, BitPim is another tool that is an open source program designed for managing content on CDMA devices. Most mobile phones using a Qualcomm-manufactured CDMA chipset are supported. The program is also cross-platform, operating on the Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux operating systems. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BitPim BitPim is provided with the SIFT Workstaion.
The BitPim Official site is at http://www.bitpim.org/