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MOBILedit! Forensic

MOBILedit! Forensic is the world’s most trusted phone investigation tool. Highly rated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, MOBILedit! Forensic is the primary mobile device investigation tool used in over 70 countries. Simply connect a phone and MOBILedit! Forensic

extracts all content and generates a forensic report ready for courtroom presentation. These tamper-proof, flawless reports are used in hundreds of courtrooms every day. Mobile phones contain some of the most important evidence in criminal investigations. Law enforcement agencies around the world need every possible advantage to help solve crimes. In many instances, mobile phones contain the important incriminating evidence that legal investigators require to solve a case.

•Analyze phones via Bluetooth, IrDA or cable connection
•Analyze phonebook, last dialed numbers, missed calls, received calls, SMS messages, multimedia messages, photos, files, phone details, calendar, notes, tasks and more
•Large quantity of phones supported
•Frequent updates and upgrades with new features and more phones
•Direct SIM analyzer through SIM readers
•Reads deleted messages from the SIM card
•Reports Generator based on your templates
•Print reports ready for courtroom
•Reports generated in any language
•Make backup now and reports when needed
•Manual investigation mode
•Secure and tamper-proof using MD5 hash
•Compliant with Word or any other RTF editor
•View formatted reports in browser including original pictures
•Exports to Word, Excel/XLS, browser, XML/XSL
•Complete solution including specific phone cables and SIM readers
•XML export – seamlessly connect MOBILedit! Forensic data with other systems
•Preferred/forbidden networks
•Hex dump viewer

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