Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 Giveaway: Get the Very First X-Mas Gift Today!

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For a limited time, Oxygen Software gives away free licenses for Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 Standard to all law enforcement customers. The giveaway begins on December 5th 2011, and ends on January 5th 2012. The free licenses are unlocked, unlimited and fully functional but not eligible for discounted upgrades and renewals.

Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011

Oxygen will provide each eligible customer one license for Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 Standard. Eligible customers include government and government-approved law enforcement organizations. The product unlocked, fully functional and time-unlimited.

Oxygen wants its forensic customers to learn more about the company’s mobile forensic products. The giveaway offers eligible law enforcement customers an opportunity to gain first-hand experience with Oxygen’s leading forensic tool, the Oxygen Forensic Suite. During this special offer, the company will be giving away an unlimited number of Standard licenses for the 2011 version free of charge. Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 Standard offers forensic customers an opportunity to learn and use one of the most advanced mobile forensic tools on the market.

Rules and Restrictions

This offer is a one-time opportunity, and is only valid between December 5, 2011 and January 5, 2012. No purchase is necessary. Oxygen will provide each eligible customer one non-transferrable, single-user, single PC license for Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 Standard. Eligible customers include government and government-approved law enforcement organizations. The license is for an unlocked, fully functional and time-unlimited product. Licenses obtained via the free giveaway program are non-renewable and non-upgradeable; customers willing to receive a PRO or Analyst license as well as any later version of Oxygen Forensic Suite including the 2012 edition must purchase at full price (eligible discounts and coupon codes may apply at the time of purchase).

About Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011

Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 helps investigators and forensic specialists access and analyze data from a variety of mobile devices such as cell phones, smartphones, communicators, PDA and tablet PCs. Currently supporting more than 2,500 different models, Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 covers the widest range of mobile devices compared to competition, and allows fully automated acquisition and analysis of supported devices.

The unique Timeline feature offers convenient, single-place access to all activities and movements performed by the user arranged by date and time. Investigators can track user location at every moment, build and map their historic routes, and clearly see all activities performed by the user at each location.

Another signature feature of Oxygen Forensic Suite allows investigators performing a global search on all devices ever analyzed with the toolkit. The global search quickly reveals any connections (e.g. common contacts, exchanged calls, texts or emails) between the phone owners.

Oxygen Forensic Suite 2011 guarantees zero-footprint operation, leaving no traces and making no modifications to the content of the devices, making it the tool of choice among government and law enforcement agencies, security services and forensic organizations in more than fifty countries.

About Oxygen Software

Founded in 2000, Oxygen Software offers the most advanced forensic data examination tools for smartphones and mobile devices. The company is dedicated in delivering the most universal forensic solution covering the widest range of mobile devices running Symbian, Windows Mobile, Blackberry, iOS, and Android operating systems. As a result, Oxygen Forensic Suite receives great response at forensic conferences, exhibitions and trainings, and occupies a spot in the top of the list in relevant tests for extracting more data than competition.

More information about the company and its forensic solutions is available at http://www.oxygen-forensic.com

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