Investigators can now create their own lists of threatening and offensive keywords, save nickname lists, or create lists of keywords associated with terrorist activities, searching the data for multiple keywords with a single action.
Moscow, Russia (PRWEB) May 07, 2013
The re-worked aggregate view enables forensic experts to instantly view matching and similar contacts discovered across several devices. The ability to view aggregated contacts can help investigators collect additional information about a contact that may be available across the range of devices being analyzed.
The updated search engine adds user-manageable lists of frequently searched keywords and regular expressions, allowing investigators to execute the most common searches in just a few clicks. In addition, the new search algorithm now works completely in background, allowing forensic experts to continue working with the main product while a lengthy search is being executed.
Improved Aggregated Contacts View
Oxygen Forensic Suite 2013 can collect information about a contact from a wide range of data sources. In Aggregated Contacts view, the tool concatenates information about a person obtained from the phone’s address book, installed instant messenger applications, social network apps, text messages, Skype, event log and other sources. As a result, investigators gain instant access to the most complete information about a contact available throughout the device.
The new version of the Aggregated Contacts view now enables the analysis of various data sources obtained from different mobile devices. Investigators can now specify mobile devices to be analyzed for contact information. The ability to aggregate data about a contact contained across a range of devices belonging to different owners provides the most complete information about a person.
Enhanced Search Engine
The improved search engine now allows unobtrusive background execution, enabling investigators run complex searches without slowing down the rest of their work. The search is now executed in a separate process, allowing forensic experts to continue working with the data acquired in the main product.
The newly added Regular Expressions Library allows experts maintaining personalized lists of frequently used regular expressions such as phone area codes, trigger phrases, email domain names or virtually any other types of information.
The final improvement to the search functionality allows investigators maintaining and using a list of frequently used keywords. Keyword List Manager implements the ability to run searches for a particular keyword or phrase in just a few clicks, and allows searching through acquired phone data for all list entries at once. Investigators can now create their own lists of threatening and offensive keywords, save nickname lists, or create lists of keywords associated with terrorist activities, searching the data for multiple keywords with a single action instead of having to run multiple individual searches.
Each search result can now be exported or printed, producing a standard report that can be presented as evidence to the court.
Oxygen Forensic Suite 2013 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 6,500 different models, Oxygen Forensic Suite 2013 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. Timeline is now available for analyzing DMG images.
Another signature feature of Oxygen Forensic Suite allows investigators to perform 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’s statistical analysis tools allow investigators discover social connections between the users of multiple mobile devices. Calls, text messages and Skype conversations are analyzed to produce charts and tables revealing the users’ closest circle at a glance.
Oxygen Forensic Suite 2013 guarantees zero-footprint operation, leaving no traces and making no modifications to the content of the devices. This makes 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 is the worldwide leading maker of the advanced forensic data examination tools for smartphones and other mobile devices. The company is dedicated to delivering the most universal forensic solution covering the widest range of mobile devices running Android, iOS, Blackberry, Windows Phone, Symbian and other operating systems. Law enforcement and government agencies, institutions, corporations and private investigators, help desk personnel and thousands of private consumers rely on Oxygen Software products to ensure evidence availability in the event of mobile device data analysis and recovery. Oxygen Software customers include various US and European federal and state agencies such as the IRS, US Army, US Department of Defense (DOD), US Department of Justice, US Department of Homeland Security, US Department of Transportation, US Postal Service, US Supreme Court, European Commission, London Metropolitan Police, French National Police and Gendarmerie, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young, and many others. As a result, Oxygen Forensic Suite receives great response at forensic conferences, exhibitions and trainings, and occupies a spot on the top of the list in relevant tests for extracting more data than competitors.
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More information about the company and its forensic solutions is available at http://www.oxygen-forensic.com