GLEN ROCK, N.J., 30 May, 2012. Cellebrite, a developer and provider of mobile data forensic solutions, has launched UFED (universal forensics extraction device) Touch, a device for investigators to extract and decode digital evidence from mobile devices including smartphones, legacy phones, portable GPSs and handheld tablets. With a compact form factor and touch screen, the UFED Touch is designed for usability and portability in the field.
UFED Touch's capabilities include decoding, decryption and device password protection defeat, allowing for access to data even when the mobile system that is being investigated has been secured.
The UFED Touch solution uses logical and physical extraction methods to support more than 7,900 profiles for mobile devices including BlackBerry, Apple iOS, Android operating systems and smartphones from Samsung, Motorola, Microsoft, Palm, and Nokia. The UFED Touch also supports forensic data extraction and decoding on legacy phones, portable GPS devices such as TomTom and Garmin, and handheld tablets such as the Apple iPad and Galaxy Tab.
Cellebrite's UFED Touch is designed for investigative bodies such as law enforcement officials and military and intelligence organizations. The UFED Touch provides forensically sound mobile investigations. By using touch-screen technology, non-technical professionals such as soldiers in the field can readily acquire and analyze data from mobile devices. Such data includes call logs, phonebook, text messages (SMS), pictures, videos and audio files-even if an item has been deleted.
The UFED Touch is available in two versions; UFED Touch Logical, for logical data and password extraction and the UFED Touch Ultimate, for in depth, physical, logical, file system, and password data extraction. It is also available in standard or ruggedized versions.
The original UFED was released in 2007, and is currently in use in over 60 different countries for law enforcement and military use.
For a fact sheet and more information on the UFED Touch, visit Cellebrite here.