Telegram Forensics

What is Telegram? Telegram is a cloud-based instant messaging and voice over IP service launched in 2013 by the brothers Nikolai and Pavel Durov. According to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the number of monthly Telegram users as of October 2019 is 300 million people worldwide.1 Let’s go through…

Activity Matrix: we know how active you are

What is it? Activity matrix is a built-in feature available to all Oxygen Forensic® Detective users. Accessible within the Timeline section, it helps detect when the device was most used, sorting that information by hours and weekdays. This feature also enables users to filter their timeline events by hours and…

Untangling Airbnb

Airbnb is a popular online marketplace for arranging and offering lodging, homestays, or tourism experiences. The platform acts as a broker, connecting people across the globe and receiving a commission in return. It should be noted reservations simply require only an email address, phone number, and payment method. This service…

Remote Collections using Extractor Enterprise

As a supplement to the video blog on conducting remote collections using Oxygen Forensic Extractor Enterprise let me offer some of the same suggestions in written form as I often get a little excited on film. If you missed the video content, here ya go! What does this satisfy? Since…

Wickr some forensics up!

What is Wickr Wickr Messenger allows users to exchange end-to-end encrypted and content-expiring messages, and make end-to-end encrypted video conference calls. Wickr was founded in 2012 by a group of security experts who wanted to implement new standards of data privacy that had been previously available only to military and…