With the release of UFED Physical/Logical Analyzer 4.1, Cellebrite offers new decoding and reporting features designed to improve investigative efficiency and enrich the degree of decoded data.
New, faster, and enhanced decoding
To start with, decoding extractions that are saved to a network drive is now up to 25% faster. New decoding support is available for a number of device models and data. These include JTAG extractions from seven new devices, as well as chip-off extractions from BlackBerry® devices running OS 10. Decoded BlackBerry 10 data includes several apps in addition to device data.
UFED Physical/Logical Analyzer 4.1 also improves on decoded location data from iOS devices. The device information now includes whether the device location service status is turned on or off, as well as whether location services were enabled for each app (and, if enabled, when it was last used). Additionally, UFED Physical Analyzer now displays recent and frequently visited locations tracked by iOS devices and maintained solely on the device.
New and updated app decoding is also available in UFED Physical/Logical Analyzer 4.1. This includes enhanced data carving from unallocated space for the ooVoo, Skype, VKontakte, and Odnoklassniki apps, and decrypted SnapChat pictures.
Also included is decoding for contacts and chats from the HeyTell and Truecaller Android and iOS apps, as well as bookmarks, web history, and emails from the Firefox app for Android. Updated decoding is available for a total of 34 Android apps and 30 iOS apps, including multiple app versions. Download the release notes to see a full list of apps and version numbers.
Efficiencies in reporting
Reporting also sees an improvement in speed, by up to 50% depending on report content for PDF and UFDR report processing. New reporting functionality allows you to export chat messages in conversation format, within PDF reports. As with previous version, select and unselect specific chats to include. Additionally, you can now include image thumbnails in PDF, Word, and HTML reports.
Another new feature stands to reduce confusion around daylight saving date and time stamps vs. UTC or standard times. UFED Physical/Logical Analyzer 4.1 includes a database containing start/end dates and times for countries that use daylight saving (DST). This data is available through 2018 and takes into account locations that do not adhere to DST. You can set a unified time zone for the project timestamps for the software to automatically adjust for DST.
Remember: End of life announcement for Windows XP
Following the recent announcement that Microsoft has officially ceased support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014, Cellebrite recommends installing UFED Series Software Products on 64-bit versions of Windows 7 and above. By February 28, 2015, the UFED Series will no longer support Windows XP.
IMPORTANT: This does not affect UFED Touch systems running on Windows 2009 Embedded Standard. The Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Operating System End of Life is scheduled for January 8, 2024.
For further information about the Windows XP end of life, please contact email@example.com.
Download the full release notes for additional details about these decoding and reporting features!