Tag Archives: Lee Reiber

An Interview with Robert Dare on EDiscovery and ADUC

Today’s podcast was with Robert Dare a forensic examiner working in the corporate environment.  We talk about his views on mobile devices in the ediscovery world, his usage of AccessData’s Mobile Phone Examiner Plus (MPE+) and the Access Data Users … Continue reading

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Mobile Phone Examiner Plus 5.0

Ok, readers. Some of you following, or simply users of @AccessDataGroup or @ADMobilTraining Mobile Phone Examiner Plus say, “Hey, did the version go from 4.8 to 5.0?” A resounding yes. The easy explanation: There are so many upgrades to 5.0 … Continue reading

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Hey, its actually me

First, A BIG THANK YOU to Techno and Mobile Forensics Conference. I have been a part of the MFC/MFW since it’s inception and it continues to excite. I thank the TrainingCo for allowing me to speak, banter and often incite … Continue reading

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Mobile Forensics Conference

MFC Conference Myrtle Beach We are hoping you are attending the Mobile Forensics Conference next week. We dont want you to miss the great classes we will be having and the great product showcase. Take a look at the classes … Continue reading

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Fuel (A company perspective)

As I listened to a message on sustainability this weekend I contemplated the sustainability of mobile forensics. From the start of Mobile Forensics Inc., to the purchase of MFI, to the growth of MFI there has always been a drive … Continue reading

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Android AGPS Track Observation

An interesting tidbit on the Android AGPS capability was discovered when just driving around testing the Faraday Pouch from forensicfonefabric.com. First, the Faraday Pouch is an easy way to drop your device into the bag, snap the metal closure like … Continue reading

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Elcomsoft – iOS 4 Bricks

I receive this email today and thought I would get it out to those that are looking into the decryption software for the iOS4 devices.  You might want to wait until a fix or another product comes out.   Read on….. … Continue reading

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Trouble on the plains

I figured it would be fun to start putting out some assistance blogs to help examiners coming into the field and maybe some that have been in the field for a while. I miss the training courses so I figured … Continue reading

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Divulging company secrets and IP unknowingly?

How many employees in your company are assigned cellular phones? The number across the United States alone is alarming I am sure. Of course we tell ourselves that knowing where our employees are during working hours and allowing our employees … Continue reading

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TIME and Distributing Work

As I start the journey to Sydney for meetings I thought it would be no better time to work on another blog. I thought I might touch on attacking the TIME issue again. I had a live webinar with Officer.com … Continue reading

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