In a previous blog, we mentioned that Cellebrite deserves a Forensic 4:cast Award this year for being consistently first and often unmatched, by bringing critical mobile forensic innovations to your work environment. Just yesterday, we released a solution to decrypt WhatsApp’s new backup database encryption- crypt9, in UFED Physical Analyzer 5.0.2.
We are grateful to the loyal UFED user community and to the digital forensic community for nominating Cellebrite, and would like to ask for your support again by voting for us in the following categories:
- UFED Touch for phone forensic hardware of the year
- UFED Physical Analyzer/ UFED4PC for phone forensic software of the year
- Digital forensic organization of the year
If you haven’t already voted, here is the second reminder why Cellebrite deserves the Forensic 4:cast Awards:
Industry-first support for the most popular brands and models
We get access to more than 100 new handsets per month, which helps us keep pace with device support for the forensic community and capture the next wave of mobile challenges for forensic investigators. UFED 5.0 already supports the new and popular Samsung Galaxy S7 for file system and logical extractions. With approximately 10 releases a year, hundreds of newly supported device profiles are added for each release, including support for new operating system versions, and all supported are tested by Cellebrite’s R & D team. Just recently, with the release of UFED 5.0, we’ve bumped our device profile support up to 19,203.
We continue to innovate the industry, and to expedite your investigation by providing you with unmatched access to case-critical evidence. UFED 5.1, to be released in the coming weeks, is already packed with hot industry-first capabilities, including a new proprietary method to disable user lock for many additional Samsung devices, and lock bypass for popular LG models. Stay tuned!
Does UFED play an important role in your investigations? If you think so, then vote for us today!