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Equin0x posted a topic in Technology Serviceshttps://www.forensicfocus.com/webinars/chip-chop-smashing-the-mobile-phone-security-chip-for-fun-and-digital-forensics/ Interesting attack, but ultimately still hinges on being able to brute force the users passcode. If this fails (passcode too long?) then acquisition won't be possible. But how relevant is this in policing today? Most people I know don't switch off their phones ever, some don't even use an pin, most will use a 4-6 digit code which is easily brute forced. And for those with longer passcodes there's RIPA I guess. How often does this issue come up?
Equin0x posted a topic in Technology Serviceshttps://www.forensicfocus.com/articles/android-file-system-extraction-with-oxygen-forensic-detective/ Good informative video showing Oxygen forensic detective doing a file system extraction on a Sony Xperia
Two Welsh forces to pilot a digital fingerprint reader developed by the Metropolitan Police. Date - 23rd October 2019 By - Chris Smith From this month, South Wales Police and Gwent Police will begin using the INK biometrics (Identity Not Known) device which can identify a suspect in 60 seconds if they are known to official databases. The system uses an Android smartphone connected to a Crossmatch fingerprint reader which then uses a secure connection to access the Home Office’s biometric databases. The data available includes criminal records, warrants and immigration systems. Data recorded on the device is wiped when the officer logs off. Each force will get five devices and they will be used to target people trafficking and knife crime cases. The forces will run a three-month pilot before reviewing the results against governance structures. The system was developed by the Metropolitan Police which already has 600 units in use – generating a saving of £200,000 a year. Temporary Deputy Chief Constable Jonathan Edwards of Gwent Police said: “Collaboration between our two forces is enabling new technology to be delivered quicker and more effectively, resulting in greater efficiencies being made to help operational policing respond to increased demand.” View On Police Oracle
Hi girls and girls. Apologies if this has already been asked but I'm just wondering whether any of you have come across any decent shift work apps to automate duties onto a calendar on your phone, i'm ideally looking for Android. I'm asking as my current way of dealing with it is printing my duties in work then adding them to Google Calendar which is quite time consuming. Any help is appreciated!