Mobile Phone Forensics

The New Frontier


By Jean-Francois Legault

 

Jean-Francois-Legault Digital Fingerprints  

A Closer Look at Technology and Fraud

 Simple, second-generation (2G) mobile phones contained evidence like call histories, contact lists and short text messages, as well as user and device information. Now, 3G and 4G smartphones contain very rich evidence such as emails, photos, electronic documents, and browser and instant messaging history.

 

 


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By Christian P._3_2
Great article! I am convinced that in very short-term, smart phones will outweigh computers as primary source of evidences found against criminals.
 
By Joe Compliance
Excellent article! Very interesting and informative. I will certainly pass along to our IT Forensics team.