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Oxygen Forensics news vol. 14

It’s officially 2021! We hope you enjoyed the holidays, but now it’s time to get back to business! Here’s what we’ve been up to since the start of the new year.

New blog post

Oxygen Forensic® Detective v.13.2 introduced the ability to import, decrypt, and parse data from Samsung Smart Switch backups.
Our latest blog outlines how to use this tool to extract more device data than ever before.

Knowledge Nuggets

Our latest Knowledge Nugget guides you through the improved OxyAgent presented in Oxygen Forensic® Detective v.13.2. This short video covers, step-by-step, how to extract file system data, as well as APK files.

New 2021 Training Offering!

As an industry, we remain hopeful that change is around the corner and we can begin gathering again. As environmental challenges continue, so do the day-to-day needs of our users. Based on popular demand, we have added some new OFDE courses but with a twist!

We are bringing our hands-on Oxygen Forensic Device Extraction course to you!

Watch this video to get a glimpse of the equipment we will send you to follow along online with your remote instructor. Students will work on labs, bypass screen locks, break secure boot passwords, take phone agents out in the field, and best of all, disassemble phones to perform test-point physical extractions! Additionally, students will receive LMS access to videos of all the extractions performed in the class to use for future reference.

Check the OFDE course calendar here.

Oxygen Forensic Boot Camp
This three-day instructor-led training event will leave students with a working knowledge of mobile device acquisition, extraction, and analytics. At the end of the course, students will receive an Oxygen Forensics Learning Management System account and will be well prepared for OFD Certification.

Next Session: Feb. 2nd

Oxygen Forensic Cloud Extraction
In this one-day instructor-led training event, students will configure their own USB On-The-Go device, acquire investigative artifacts, and use them to dump multiple cloud-based data repositories for analysis in Oxygen Forensic® Detective. This training event will also address two-factor authentication issues.

Next session: Jan. 22nd