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- 20/02/2018. Elcomsoft iOS Forensic Toolkit 3.0 Extracts Critical Evidence from iOS 10.x and iOS 11 Devices
- 08/02/2018. Elcomsoft Phone Breaker 8.20 Extracts More Evidence from iCloud
- 31/01/2018. Forensic Disk Decryptor 2.0 Provides All-in-One Solution for Accessing Encrypted Volumes
- 25/01/2018. Elcomsoft Wireless Security Auditor Breaks Wi-Fi Networks by Targeting the Human Factor
- 24/01/2018. ElcomSoft Tool Extracts Android WhatsApp Backups from Google
- "Secure Password
Managers" and "Military-Grade Encryption" on
Smartphones: Oh, Really?. In this paper we will analyze
applications designed to facilitate storing and management of
passwords on mobile platforms, such as Apple iOS and BlackBerry. We
will specifically focus our attention on the security of data at
rest. We will show that many password keeper apps fail to provide
claimed level of protection. File size: 265 K
- Open Sesame!. The easy
way to restore access passwords to files, applications and databases.
File size: 2220 K
- An effective approach to
restoring system access in Windows. File size: 1999 K
- Proactive is better than
reactive. Testing password safety – a key to securing a
corporate network. File size: 1896 K
FIRST THE GRINCH AND NOW THE EASTER BUNNY! WHERE IS APPLE MAPS HIDING?
«In Elcomsoft Phone Viewer, I started examining searches and saw everything from Paris and Panama that I searched for in addition to other historical searches. This is great news, but let’s keep going because these could just be generic searches where the user didn’t request directions.[..] Finally, we find the directions the user searched for. Best part, we get to see how the requested the directions (walk, drive, transit, fly, etc.) Pretty cool stuff.»
iOS 11 security flaw: The password is apparently the only barrier between you and a hacker
«According to researchers at ElcomSoft, the iOS 11 came in with a bunch of new features, a majority of which are aimed to make a user’s experience convenient. However, each of these new additions came with “a small trade off in security”.»
Why You Should Lock Your iPhone with a Password, Not a PIN
«If you're running iOS 11 on your Apple iPhone, make sure you've got an alphanumeric password, or at least a six-digit PIN, protecting your lockscreen. Why? Because that lockscreen passcode may be the only thing standing between you and complete identity theft. With iOS 11, Apple purportedly makes it possible to reset the passwords on both your Apple ID and your iPhone backup in iTunes with only your iPhone's lockscreen PIN – which isn't that hard for an attacker to get.»
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