This professional tool for investigators is now available for public
Now you can check what information the “other side” can find out about you using your phone. This is the only professional investigators tool available to the public. With a single-phone license you get the same power as the pro's but at a price that fits a personal budget.
While this tool was originally designed for forensic professionals, it is still easy to use. Simple terms and straightforward design choices allows for a person with minimal computer experience to generate comprehensive and clear reports about the data residing inside their phones.
This software is used by:
Police and law enforcement
Tested by NIST
FBI and authorities worldwide
Your phone is mirroring your life and is probably full of sensitive data
Phones have gone from palm computers to the center of our personal universe. We buy and sell things with our phones, send money through our bank accounts, store our photos, and communicate with everyone we meet. Our phones are a mirrored path of our lives.
You will be surprised about what kind data is stored in your phone!
email passwords (which often are used to guess the other passwords)
Wi-Fi names and passwords
messages including many of those already deleted
photos and videos including deleted
GPS locations for any items as photos, messages
data from many applications such as Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Google Maps, Google Drive, Tinder
chat history from apps as Facebook Messenger, Skype, Whatsapp, Viber, Kik, Snapchat
communication included deleted
and much more data
(*depends on the phone)
Phones' security is vulnerable
There is little information about the vulnerability of phones. Android has very weak protection making it easy for professionals to access. Although iPhone has high level of security, it is enough to just take your finger and put it on the Touch ID or observe you entering your passcode through a surveillance camera. There are also many other advanced techniques for accessing your phone.
See what your computer stores about your phone
Most people aren't fully aware of how much information a computer stores about your phone. Especially automatically created backups, lockdown files which can be used to bypass your passwords, and more. Locate your iTunes backups and test their encryption with our password breakers and see what sensitive information is kept inside.
for more information check out the official site here : http://www.mobiledit.com/forensic